The Hyundai Santa Fe 2024 has undergone a comprehensive design transformation compared to its predecessor. The new model has a boxy design and many design elements that are reminiscent of Land Rovers. The new H-shaped headlights and premium styling are optimized for outdoor enthusiasts, according to Hyundai.
Hyundai highlights the striking front face of the car with its unique H-shaped headlamp cluster. The H-shaped motif also appears on the grille and the rear bumper to create a cohesive look. The prominent wheel arches emphasize that this is a capable vehicle, while the 21-inch alloy wheels give the new Santa Fe a more powerful appearance.
The fifth-generation crossover from South Korea has a longer wheelbase and a larger cargo space to provide owners with more hauling space. Although Hyundai has not revealed the interior volume, the automaker states that the fully foldable second and third-row seats will provide “class-leading spaciousness.”
In contrast to its rugged and muscular exterior, the interior is designed with more elegance. The H-shaped motif continues to inspire the cabin design. The seats and headliner feature vibrant colors that create a more spacious feeling. Additionally, the new Santa Fe’s interior also includes premium decorative elements with soft wood patterns or exquisite embroidered seats for a more sophisticated feel.
The new Santa Fe comes equipped with a curved screen cluster that includes a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 12.3-inch infotainment system.
More detailed specifications of the 2024 Santa Fe will be fully disclosed by the South Korean automaker during the global launch event on the company’s YouTube channel in August.
Trang Nguyen (Forum.autodaily.vn)