Hyundai has released a teaser photo showing the face of the refreshed Santa Fe three-row SUV, which only made its debut in 2017.
The teaser image reveals several new design cues for the refreshed Hyundai Santa Fe. For this refresh, the designers combined the front grille and daytime running lights, which Hyundai says reflect its new integrated vehicle architecture. The Santa Fe’s redesigned grille is wider than before, while the grille features a geometric pattern that “produces a striking stereoscopic effect.” Lastly, the front fascia is highlighted by a pair of striking T-shaped LED daytime running lights.
The South Korean automaker has not revealed the interior, though we expect numerous design cues from its newer cars to make it into the Santa Fe. This could potentially include the fully digital instrument cluster found in the all-new Sonata and Palisade, along with their larger 10.25-inch touch screen infotainment system.
As expected, the new Santa Fe will feature a host of advanced driver-assist features, such as automatic emergency braking, full-speed adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, among other features. The refreshed Santa Fe could also offer the blind-spot view camera that the Palisade and Sonata already have, which displays a video feed of your blind spot into the digital instrument cluster.
More details will be unveiled in the coming weeks so stay tuned to Go Flat Out PH to keep yourselves updated about Hyundai’s latest SUV offering.