Hyundai today revealed a bunch of new official pictures of the Santa Fe XRT Concept in their channels and after created some hype, now it took advantage of it to point out that they don’t have plans to mass produce it which we think could be a big mistake.
The North American premiere of the All-New Santa Fe will be held at the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show and alongside this Hyundai showcased the first image of Santa Fe XRT concept, so maybe we have another opportunity to look if Hyundai changed its mind in a few months.
“The original SANTA FE was our very first SUV in the U.S. Today, we have a well-recognized and respected portfolio of 14 SUV models that include internal combustion engine, electric, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and hydrogen fuel cell models,” said José Muñoz, President and Global Chief Operating Officer of Hyundai Motor Company.
“With the 2024 SANTA FE, we continue our impressive transformation of the Hyundai brand and the broader SUV landscape. The all-new SANTA FE is the perfect companion for everyday adventures with a modern, premium touch.”
Hyundai Motor will also unveil the XRT Concept, a concept model tailored to cater diverse needs of outdoor enthusiasts. The XRT Concept is designed to handle challenging terrains with confidence and ease, offering versatile utility for outdoor lifestyles.
While the SANTA FE Calligraphy trim aims for premium urban lifestyles, the Santa Fe XRT Concept is designed to ignite the ultimate adventure spirit and focuses on unleashing the desires of those seeking the thrill of the wild.