When you've got over 300 episodes under your belt, you get the chance to see how things have changed in the industry, and this week at the Unnamed Automotive Podcast, the guys are applying a bit of hindsight to the cars they've been testing. First up Benjamin grabs the keys to the new 2023 Hyundai Palisade, and wonders if the industry has caught up to the standard set by the three-row back when it launched in 2019. Or is Hyundai just sitting back and waiting for its rivals to arrive? While discussing the latest updates to the crossover, Sami and Benjamin also reminisce about what the world was like when the SUV first dropped, whether things are any better in this segment, and shout out a few ideas about what automakers are following in Hyundai's footprints.
Then Sami brings up the high-performance 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT. Having driven multiple EVs and even the standard Mach-E, the guys talk about whether the GT is special at all, and what it can do, if anything, that others can't. With so many EVs on the market boasting impressive straight-line speed, can the Mach-E still justify its $60k pricetag even with its lacking interior and frustrating user interface?
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