Hyundai reveals renderings of recent Santa Fe


The new Santa Fe will borrow some of its styling from its Kona crossover such as the ultra-thin headlights, a similar style line on its side and a similar lower front grille.

Hyundai has released a teaser image for the 2019 Santa Fe ahead of its world premiere next month.

Hyundai manufactures the Santa Fe Sport at its Montgomery plant.

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The new Santa Fe is expected to be officially revealed in March, 2018, with sales commencing locally by the middle of the year. "The model to be available in the US will be gasoline-powered", a Hyundai Motor executive told Yonhap News Agency. The company plans to invest over ₹ 6,300 crore in India in the next three years on new products, development of powertrain and setting up of a new office building. Power is provided by a 147hp 2.0-liter engine paired to a standard six-speed automatic transmission.

Klaus Köster, Hyundai's director of high-performance vehicles explains, "It would be very nice if in 10 to 15 years we can have people on the street seeing Hyundai as a brand that makes cars that are fun to drive". The ROA alerts the driver if a passenger is in the rear seat, a feature created to prevent parents from accidentally leaving children in a auto that might become dangerously hot inside, the company said.

To say this is a radically different approach for the fourth-generation is something of an understatement, as long as it does eventually go into production looking close to the latest images, of course. Hyundai Motor has eight manufacturing bases and seven design and technical centers worldwide and in 2017 sold about 4.7 million vehicles globally.