Hyundai Motor Company unveiled the design of its upcoming New Santa Fe, showcasing charismatic styling and value-added features.
The bold lines that extend from one side to the other and from front to back give Santa Fe a rugged yet refined look. The grille, with its signature geometric patterned inlay, also integrates the headlamps, a signature style found on many Hyundai cars. The eye-catching LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) start at the top of the grille and cut through it to create unique T-shapes at each corner when lit.
New Santa Fe comes with a Terrain Mode selector: a control knob located in the center console to conveniently switch between different drive modes, optimising performance and HTRAC® All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) settings for a variety of driving situations. This feature includes unique modes for sand, snow and mud, as well as eco, sport, comfort and smart modes, the last of which automatically recognises the driving style and selects a mode so the driver does not have to.
Centre console accommodates a new 10.25-inch AVN(audio, video, navigation) touch screen display with pre-loaded maps, satellite-based voice guided navigation, rear camera display, and complete in-car entertainment and connectivity features.
Santa Fe is likely to be offered with265hp PHEV powertrain and the luxury trim gets bespoke 20-inch alloy wheels. Hyundai has no plans to launch the new Santa Fe in India as the previous two generations saw poor response. Hyundai is more keen on bringing the palisade to the Indian market. Hope hyundai reconsiders the new Santa Fe for India.