The new Hyundai Santa Fe
will borrow some of its styling from its Kona crossover such as the ultra-thin headlights, a similar style line on its side and a similar lower front grille. The Santa Fe’s grille looks like what you might find on an Infiniti dealership instead of the familiar grille we’ve come to know from Hyundai. That grille will probably look like the “cascading grille” found on the 2018 Hyundai Sonata.
This Hyundai Santa Fe rendering borrows some styling from the Hyundai lineup but looks perfectly fresh.
The Santa Fe as we know it has been around since 2013, which makes it only five years old. However, this life span falls in line with the last two generations of Santa Fe.
It’s too soon to tell what will power the new Santa Fe
It’s too soon to tell what will power the new Santa Fe or even how this drawing will translate into reality, but we imagine the current engine selection: a 3.3-liter V6, a 2.0-liter I4 and a 2.4-liter I4, will stick around. Hyundai plans on showing off the new Santa Fe this February, which means we’ll have answers to all these questions sooner than later.