South Korean auto giant Hyundai made a splash at the recent LA motor show with the Palisade, which will be the brand’s flagship SUV. With striking lines and seating for up to eight passengers, the Palisade is aimed at mid-size rivals such as the Honda Pilot, Nissan Pathfinder and Ford Explorer. In fact, Hyundai claims the new SUV has larger dimensions than these rivals, as well as a roomier cabin.

Being its flagship SUV, Hyundai doesn’t skimp on the new model’s tech features, which include a 10-inch navigation display, wireless charging, seven USB outlets, second-row ventilated seats, shift-by-wire and innovative roof-based diffuser vents, and convenient features like power third-row seats and one-touch second-row seats.

Built at the brand’s plant in Ulsan, Korea, the Palisade is set to reach our market by March next year.