2024 Hyundai Santa Fe Rendered Based On Spy Shots With A Radical New Design

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The Hyundai Santa Fe is about to be overhauled. The automaker hid most of the exterior changes under heavy camouflage on all the prototypes it spied, but it’s already clear that the styling of the SUV will change drastically for the new generation. If you want to know what’s hidden beneath its disguise, we have a new rendering previewing the next-gen Santa Fe in a production outfit.

Hyundai wants to give each model its own identity as part of the new strategy. Take the Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6 for example, which belong to the same EV family but have a unique design language. The new Santa Fe will follow the same approach with a boxy body and a sturdier overall appearance compared to the current somewhat premium styling of the Santa Fe.

This rendering by Motor. es imagine a family hauler with visible headlights inspired by the Ioniq 5 cluster. We think the front door-mounted side mirrors really fit in with the overall design, but it’s obviously too soon to tell what their design will be like. One touch we really like, though, is the plastic cladding on the sides, which continues into the muscular wheel arches.

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It’s unclear whether the new exterior styling will come with major changes under the skin. Currently, the 2023 Santa Fe is being sold in the United States with several engine options, including hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains. In Europe, there is also a 2.2 liter diesel. Most likely the factory will be carried over to the new generation with some modifications to make the powertrain more efficient.

The news is that the 2024 Santa Fe will debut this summer before going on sale a few months later as a 2024 model. There is no official confirmation from Hyundai yet and we hope to announce it soon.

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