The new Santa Fe gets a big version of Hyundai's current "cascading grille" design, surrounded by an aggressive and chiseled front end with large vent openings, slit-eyed headlights and separated daytime running lights.
The U.S. sales of the aging Santa Fe climbed 1.5 percent a year ago even as U.S. industry SUV and truck sales rose 4 percent. The brand singled out a new rear occupant alert system that monitors back-seat passengers and alerts the driver when vacating the vehicle. Hyundai really wants the new Hyundai Santa Fe to stand out in the crowd, both aesthetically and technologically.More news: Fujifilm to take over Xerox as photocopier demand drops
Hyundai Motor will launch a fully revamped version of its midsize SUV Santa Fe next month, giving it a brand new look and upgraded safety features.
Just a few days after hinting around at what its new 2019 Santa Fe sport-utility vehicle will look like, Hyundai officials offered up a very detailed look by releasing design sketches of the new ute to be unveiled at the New York International Auto Show.More news: Sochi Talks End, Constitutional Committee to be Formed
Hyundai has announced the pricing details of the Kona for the United States market, with sales to launch this March. This engine comes paired with a six-speed automatic shift, which is expected to remain same.
On the domestic front, Hyundai Motor will receive preorders from February 7, with the new Santa Fe to hit showrooms here on February 21. 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 vehicle that might become dangerously hot inside, the company said. With a rounded design in its previous iterations in India, the SUV looks neat with its cuts and creases along with sharp lines that run from the front to the rear. Hyundai has the Santa Fe, Kona and Tucson SUVs in its sedan-heavy lineup.More news: Trump expected to announce order to keep Guantanamo Bay prison open
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