The new Hyundai Santa Fe will get an all-new cabin, equipped with a host of smart and modern features
Hyundai is all set to unveil the next-gen Santa Fe SUV at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show 2018, in March. The carmaker recently released design sketches of the new-gen Santa Fe giving us a fair idea as to how the SUV will look like from the outside. Now, new spy images of the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe have surfaced online giving us a glimpse of the cabin of the new-gen Santa Fe. The images show that along with a new exterior, the new-gen Hyundai Santa Fe will also feature an all-new cabin, equipped with a host of smart and modern features.
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Based on the images we can see that compared to the outgoing model, the new-gen Hyundai Santa Fe’s cabin will come with an all-new black layout. The latest images mainly give us a closer look at the new dashboard with the centre stage taken by the large touchscreen infotainment display that comes with dials and buttons on either side for controls. There is a nice-looking central air-con vent with silver bezel and the climate control panel placed right below it. The leather-wrapped steering is also all-new and comes with mounted controls for in-car functions like music, telephony, cruise control and more. The rest of the cabin is either camouflaged or blurred out but we can see that test mule in these photos is the automatic version.
This is the fourth-generation Hyundai Santa Fe that is set to make is global debut next month and the SUV will also come with an all-new exterior. While the model here is heavily camouflaged, based on the visible areas and the design sketches, we can tell that the SUV will come with some major updates. In line with Hyundai latest design language, the new Santa Fe will get the signature cascading grille design with a fat chrome line above it that connects the new LED lamps. The new Santa Fe will feature a Kona-like headlamp setup with slim LED daytime running lamps on top and large dual LED headlamps, housed lower on either side of the grille. There is a wide central airdam as well and bumper cladding and skid plate. The images also reveal a pair of sweptback LED taillamps, a coupe-like rear, and muscular rear bumper with rear diffuser.
While the engine details and other technical details are still unknown and we will get to know more about it at the official unveiling. As of now, the SUV is expected to get a 2.4-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder, a 2.0-liter turbo, and a 3.3-liter V6 engine on offer.
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