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Tough and durable: Hyundai shows first images of the new Santa Fe

Tough and durable: Hyundai shows first images of the new Santa Fe

Boxy rather than baroque: The new Santa Fe, the fifth-generation mid-size SUV, looks and feels like a real off-roader. However, you can also drive in the city. It maintains the idea of ​​”Nature Meets City” while receiving updates based on massive data collection and the latest Outdoor lifestyle trends They are developed. It remains to be seen if it has reasonable ground clearance.
In any case, the angular appearance and striking silhouette of the new Santa Fe is the result of its long wheelbase and wide tailgate area. Loading capacity is maximized to better enable outdoor and city activities. the Before The car shows off the high hood, the H-shaped light signature of the headlights and the attached fenders. It can be said that the grille is a tribute to American flair.

Anyway, there is space: Big back door It reveals a spacious interior with a terrace-like design at the rear. Fully folding second and third row seats provide plenty of space and make it fun for families: whether grocery shopping, DIY projects, sports and recreation, gardening, or family outings Or transport pets – you can accommodate a lot. The large roof provides a base for a tent roof. Camping friends will appreciate it.
The interior is sleeker and offers a variety of high-tech features, including a panoramic, curved screen and a dual wireless charging station. The curved screen connects to the 12.3-inch digital dashboard and is the same size Infotainment systemwhich improves the driver’s visibility ahead.

The bright colors of the seats and headlining are meant to convey the feeling spaciousness Transport Those who want a little more sophistication, opt for the optional Nappa leather seats. A number of sustainable materials are also used in the new Santa Fe: the Alcantara headliner, floor mats and backrests for the optional second and third row of seats are made of Recycled plasticwhile the dashboard and door panels are finished in faux eco-leather.
No one disclosed more details: the world premiere of the new Santa Fe will take place in August on Hyundai’s own YouTube channel.

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