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The Hyundai Palisade first arrived in late 2018 as the brand's largest vehicle yet, and now a second generation model is said to be under development with the codename "LX3." It's been reported that the redesigned Palisade will make its initial South Korean debut at the beginning of 2025, with a U.S. launch expected in June 2025.




The next generation will undergo major changes compared to today's model, including a transition to a completely different platform that will allow for a longer wheelbase. Currently, the Palisade's wheelbase measures 196.7 inches, which is already a substantial number. The powertrain lineup will expand to include a more efficient 2.5 liter hybrid setup, while the fully gas-powered 3.8 liter V6 that powers the current Palisade will be replaced by a more contemporary turbocharged 3.5 liter engine. The move to a smaller engine with turbo assist will likely bump up power beyond today's 291 hp rating, and efficiency should be improved as well.


An all-electric version of the Palisade will not be offered, as the upcoming Ioniq 7 three-row EV will be filling that spot. The same goes for the Palisade's closely-related cousin, the Kia Telluride, as the EV9 already serves as the brand's electric three-row. A new Telluride should offer the same new powertrains and larger dimensions as the next Palisade, and is slated for a similar 2025 release date.


Expect the redesigned Palisade to hit the road in June of 2025, likely as a 2026 model year vehicle.


What do you think of a hybrid Palisade?

Image Credits: Hyundai
Future Cars
Jun 3, 2023
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Hyundai Palisade To Be Redesigned In 2025 Using Hybrid Power

The second-generation Palisade is also rumored to be larger than before.

The Hyundai Palisade first arrived in late 2018 as the brand's largest vehicle yet, and now a second generation model is said to be under development with the codename "LX3." It's been reported that the redesigned Palisade will make its initial South Korean debut at the beginning of 2025, with a U.S. launch expected in June 2025.




The next generation will undergo major changes compared to today's model, including a transition to a completely different platform that will allow for a longer wheelbase. Currently, the Palisade's wheelbase measures 196.7 inches, which is already a substantial number. The powertrain lineup will expand to include a more efficient 2.5 liter hybrid setup, while the fully gas-powered 3.8 liter V6 that powers the current Palisade will be replaced by a more contemporary turbocharged 3.5 liter engine. The move to a smaller engine with turbo assist will likely bump up power beyond today's 291 hp rating, and efficiency should be improved as well.


An all-electric version of the Palisade will not be offered, as the upcoming Ioniq 7 three-row EV will be filling that spot. The same goes for the Palisade's closely-related cousin, the Kia Telluride, as the EV9 already serves as the brand's electric three-row. A new Telluride should offer the same new powertrains and larger dimensions as the next Palisade, and is slated for a similar 2025 release date.


Expect the redesigned Palisade to hit the road in June of 2025, likely as a 2026 model year vehicle.


What do you think of a hybrid Palisade?

Image Credits: Hyundai

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