03 February, 2018
At the back, the seven-seater SUV will have a completely new different profile, with pointed LED tail light and a pointed rear around the exhaust. The fourth-generation variant appears to be sleeker than today's Santa Fe, with a large grille and slim lamps like the Kona and a pointed rear hatch design.
The 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe - due to be revealed next month - hoves in to view as Hyundai reveal renders of their new SUV, revealing a substantially updated model.
Like the subcompact Kona crossover unveiled past year, the next Santa Fe gets sliver-thin daytime running lamps positioned high along the hood crease, while the main headlamps sit low on the sides of the grille.
The exterior rendering highlights the magnificent frontal section of the All-New Santa Fe.
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Hyundai has also not confirmed powertrain details, but a rear occupant alert system and an upgraded rear-cross traffic alert system will feature on the Santa Fe. 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.
Enhancing the user experience is at the core of the latest Santa Fe, according to the company.
Hyundai Motor Co., playing catch-up in the booming US crossover market, is banking on a bigger, more modern redesign of the Santa Fe to lift its fortunes in the important segment.
Currently, Hyundai is doing a market study on customer preference which would help in deciding which model to launch.
HyundaiA promotional image for the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe. "At the moment we are yet to finalize whether it will be the Ioniq EV sedan or the full electric version of SUV Kona".