Hyundai’s practically all-in on its electrification efforts, nevertheless it hasn’t forgotten the bread-and-butter SUVs which have introduced it this far. That’s why we’re seeing an all-new Santa Fe for 2024, the mannequin’s first full makeover since 2018, bringing a placing change within the Santa Fe’s look.
The primary and most impactful change with the replace is the Santa Fe’s styling, which has been reworked right into a boxy, beefy-looking household hauler. Hyundai stated it used the Santa Fe’s form to convey a way of grandeur, giving it a excessive hood, sharp fenders, and distinctive H-shaped headlights that observe different H-ish shapes within the entrance fascia. The SUV will get 21-inch wheels and now seems the a part of a severe off-roader. The automaker additionally stretched the Santa Fe’s wheelbase, and whereas we don’t have the brand new measurements, the change ought to enhance journey high quality and inside area for the favored SUV.
Hyundai stated it designed the brand new Santa Fe with life-style use prime of thoughts. The inside options fold-flat second- and third-row seats and follows the identical H-heavy styling that the SUV’s exterior wears. Hyundai geared up a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster in a curved panoramic show and stated that the Santa Fe’s cabin affords contrasting upholstery colours and high-end supplies all through. Sustainable supplies headline the inside design, with parts of the headliner and seatbacks constructed from recycled plastics. Even so, the SUV will get extra conventional luxurious accents like wooden trim and obtainable embroidered Nappa leather-based.
We don’t have specs or particulars on the brand new Santa Fe’s specs and configuration, however the photographs Hyundai shared seem to indicate a 2.5T badge and HTRAC script on the rear of the SUV. The automaker plans to share extra element throughout a full launch of the Santa Fe subsequent month on YouTube. Hyundai additionally lately confirmed off the Ioniq 5 N, so it’s shaping as much as be a busy 12 months for the Korean automaker.