The new generation of Santa Fe changes everything.
Design – The car’s design undergoes a radical change compared to the previous generation, introducing much squarer lines. Notable is the H-shaped design of the front and rear lights, a nod to the Hyundai logo. These square lines combine with the elongated wheelbase, resulting in increased interior space and comfort.
Engines – The Santa Fe offers both plug-in hybrid and full hybrid powertrain options. The Santa Fe PHEV features a 1.6-liter gasoline engine with 160 horsepower and 265 Nm of torque. For the full hybrid version, a 180-horsepower gasoline engine with 265 Nm of torque will be available. Both powertrains come with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
Chassis – The Santa Fe incorporates various technological innovations. One notable feature is the ROA (Rear Occupant Alert) system, which alerts the driver to the presence of rear occupants as a precaution after the vehicle is turned off. There are also other updated safety systems aimed at reducing driving accidents and driver distractions.
Interior – Inside, there is a dual-curved screen that integrates the driver’s dashboard and the infotainment system screen. Both screens are 12.3 inches in size, enhancing the visibility of all information. Additionally, there is a UV-C sterilization tray and a dual wireless smartphone charging system.
Trims – At the moment there is no information about it.