2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Rendered

by Nov 16, 2017All News, Hyundai, Spy Shots0 comments

Today we continue giving new renders, at this time, the future Hyundai Santa Fe which will continue Hyundai’s new design language for CUV’s premiered on the Kona.

Thanks to the guys at Brenthon (for those who don’t know, they’re an accesory company that I think could receive some documents of future cars before the launch, that could explains why always their renders are the same as the final cars – just take a look to the example on the Genesis G70 – ).

The design of the new Santa Fe will be revolutionary, specially on the front end although there are some subtle differences between it and its predecessor. For example, the side mirrors are now positioned on the doors instead of at the base of the A-pillars.

The headlights also adopt a split design where the daytime running lights sit at the top near the leading edge of the hood and the main projectors form a vertical stack below. This is the new front-end look and has already appeared on the Kona subcompact.

It’s too early to talk about powertrains, but is expected to use the same engines like the naturally-aspirated V6 and inline-4 options also with Turbo. Front-wheel drive should continue to be standard on both, with all-wheel drive remaining an option. Hybrid variants will be necessary.

Written by Erick Uceda

Blogger, Photographer, Car Enthusiast, HanFest - KDM Car Show, Streetkiaz Texas Chapter Leader, Husband and Father. Some of the activities I enjoy doing everyday.

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