2020 Hyundai Santa Fe; Redesign, Specs, Engine, Price
At the 2018 Geneva International Motor show, the Korean car manufacturer presented the revamped version of its most iconic SUV. We are talking about the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe that came to the fourth generation is presented to the general public with a refreshed style, increased active and passive safety and a higher comfort and space on board.
2020 Hyundai Santa Fe Redesign & Changes
In the design of the Exterior, the generational jump is there and it shows. The restyling has, in fact, introduced a more fresh and contemporary design that winks to other models of the brand recently presented. It is impossible not to notice the large cascading Grille that dominates the front, the thin front headlights arranged on two different levels, the curved wheel arches and the muzzle that resembles the Brand’s new designer signature.
In the interior, instead, to change more were the comfort and the habitability. Exploiting, in fact, the larger external dimensions, the new Hyundai Santa Fe now provides more space on board for all occupants and an increased capacity of the boot. The bridge, finally, offers on this new version a mix between ancient and modern with analog instrumentation with 3 different hand indicators that are well matched with the 7-inch color screen of infotainment.
Under the hood of the new Korean SUV are placed four different engines: a gasoline and three diesel. On the front of diesel engines, we start with the 2.0 liters, declined in the powers of 150 or 182 hp, and you get to the 2.2 liters that deliver well 197 hp. Turning to petrol, however, the only available engine is the 2.4 liters of 185 hp. All the motors conform to the Euro 6c regulations and can be combined with the 6-speed manual gearbox and only the three most powerful versions to the automatic torque converter with 8 Hyundai origin ratios. The same speech for the traction that can be optioned 4×2 on all versions or 4×4 only on the two most powerful, being able to count on an innovative renewed integral traction system electronically controlled (HTRAC).
So far we have yet to know when 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe will be available at the dealership in the usa. so is the price of the New Hyundai SUVs.