For 2021, Hyundai adds ultra-luxury Calligraphy trim to its flagship SUV, the Palisade.
The Calligraphy comes with sunroof, special grille design, 20-inch alloy wheels, and quilted leather door panels inside.
All Hyundai Palisade trims, including top-end Calligraphy, will reach dealers starting in late July.
South Korean automaker Hyundai has announced the addition of a new ultra-luxury model to the 2021 Palisade SUV called the Calligraphy.
The ultra-luxury Calligraphy trim comes with an array of upgrades compared to the Limited model.
Among them are the addition an exclusive front grille fascia, special front and rear LED lighting signature, puddle lamps and 20-inch alloy wheels.
Other features includes HTRAC AWD with AWD Lock, Downhill Brake Control, and Snow Mode.
Inside, the Calligraphy trim gets quilted-leather door panels, microfiber-suede headliner and perforated-leather steering wheel.
Standard features in the 2021 Palisade trim include the LED headlamps, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, HD Radio and multiple device connection.
The SEL trim and above gets a sunroof. Features such as the “Drive Guidance” package, which includes 10.25-inch touchscreen; Highway Drive Assist; intercom system; Sirius XM and Blue Link; is now available to the Premium package.
All 2021 Hyundai Palisade models, including the Calligraphy, will arrive at dealers before the month of July runs out.
The cheapest Palisade starts at $33,665 (N13m), while the new Calligraphy trim starts at $48,890 (N18.9m); that’s only $925 (N358,000) more than an all-wheel-drive Limited trim.
Note : These prices excludes destination and clearing charges in Nigeria