The current Hyundai Santa Fe has just been out since 2018, however a significant facelift is now not too far off. Hyundai has discharged two teaser images indicating the refreshed Santa Fe’s front end, with Hyundai saying the SUV will be uncovered inside the upcoming few weeks.
Hyundai’s moderate size crossover, the Santa Fe, is getting another revamp for 2021. A teaser photograph shows the SUV’s new front end which highlights distinctive lighting components, a progressively forceful looking grille, and a reshaped hood. The invigorated Santa Fe is likewise certain to get a couple of new tech highlights and updates on the inside as well.
From the shadowy teaser images we can see that the Santa Fe will hold its particular split-front lamp look, with flimsy LED running lights at the top and bigger fundamental units beneath. Be that as it may, the lower lights are currently coordinated with the grille, which is more extensive and progressively got down to business. A T-formed DRL light mark reaches out from the dainty top lights down. The lower half of the front end is more etched than the current car’s, with bigger admissions and increasingly precise lines. The hood is by all accounts new too.
Once in the past called the Santa Fe Sport, the present age of this SUV showed up for 2019 and sits between the smaller Tucson and the three-row Palisade in Hyundai’s lineup. We don’t foresee the refreshed Santa Fe will get any major powertrain changes; at present accessible motors incorporate a 184-hp, 2.4-liter inline-four and a 235-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four. Front-and all-wheel-drive variants are also available.
The two teaser images show the front end from a similar edge, however they’re really of two distinct renditions of the Santa Fe. One picture shows an upper trim of the 2021 Santa Fe , namely “Luxury version” with a geometric grille comprising of trapezoidal components, while the base model, namely “Standard Version” has a grille design progressively like the present Santa Fe’s.
Most strangely, Hyundai’s European public statement says the refreshed Santa Fe will ride on an “all-new third-age vehicle stage.”
Hyundai should share progressively official data about the 2021 Santa Fe soon, and this refreshed model is probably going to reach the dealerships in the U.S. before the finish of 2020.