After the Palisade’s success since its launch in 2019, Hyundai can fully exploit the potential of a large SUV in many different ways.
Hyundai’s trend of expanding the N Line lineup is likely to have the Palisade in the next 18 months. In 2021, there are two N Line SUVs from Hyundai, which are small Kona and mid-sized Tucson.
In April last year, Hyundai polled global customers indirectly through the graphics of Palisade N Line and Hyundai, which received very positive feedback.
The Palisade N Line is likely to be powered by a 3.8-liter V6, which makes 291 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque like all Palisade models.
Formerly executive director of the high-performance BMW M division and direct BMW X5 M project manager, Albert Biermann certainly sees the potential of Palisade. The engine used for this project could also convert from the already used 374-hp twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 line from the Genesis GV80.
If that happens, BMW and other luxury brands will inevitably be wary of a high-end, performance-focused three-row crossover that sells for around $ 50,000.
Basically, almost everything is available for a high-capacity Palisade N, and the only thing missing is an official management registration. All indicators suggest this will happen in the near future.