Hyundai Santa Fe the iconic SUV is going to make a comeback and the company has released the first set of sketches that outline what the new facelift might look like.
However, the Hyundai Santa Fe might be looking to come back to the Indian vehicle market since the Honda too is readying the launch of the CR-V.
Hyundai has announced the pricing details of the Kona for the United States market, with sales to launch this March.
The Santa Fe was first introduced in 2000 and has sold an accumulated 1 million units in Korea so far.
The grille matches the new headlight design, tying in with an emerging trend in Hyundai Motor's SUV lineup.
Pre-orders for the new SUV start February 7. This engine comes paired with a six-speed automatic shift, which is expected to remain same.
Hyundai Motor Company today unveiled its first rendering of the upcoming All-New Santa Fe, showcasing a luxurious and striking design based on its robust, stylish and voluminous composition, which reflects Hyundai's new SUV design identity. Some of the active safety features will be introduced to the automotive industry for the first time - such as Rear Occupant Alert, which monitors activity in the rear seats and alerts the driver if passengers are leaving the auto.
The new line-up of safety technology includes not only a new collision warning system with auto-braking but also what it is calling Rear Occupant Alert Monitor.
The new Santa Fe is the fourth-generation of the vehicle.
If the renderings are any indication, the new SUV takes design cues from the Kona.