Hyundai has revealed the 4th generation of its flagship SUV, the Santa Fe, ahead of its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The new Santa Fe adopts the design language mostly from the compact SUV Kona. The twin headlamp setup are certainly an eye catching feature, while they lend the vehicle a premium look. The chrome accent has been applied rather tastefully over the company’s signature Cascading Grille. Overall, the front design gives the new Santa Fe a wider stance.
Hyundai didn’t release any more exterior photos yet, but the sketch above should give you an idea of the rear end. “Its exterior dimensions make the New Generation Santa Fe appear even more prominent. With a length of 4,770 mm, a width of 1,890 mm and a longer wheelbase, it also provides more comfort for its passengers”, the company said.
The interior layout is equally impressive with premium looking materials all around. Hyundai said that the new Santa Fe offers a comprehensive package of the company’s latest active safety features. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist is a Hyundai first. When reversing out of areas with low visibility, the system warns the driver if vehicles approach from the side and also applies the brakes automatically. The Safety Exit Assist prevents accidents when vehicles approach from behind by temporarily locking the doors, so that the passengers can exit the car safely.
Further details will be revealed in March.