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2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

2019 HYUNDAI SANTA FE – NEW PLACE SANTA FE

Engineers from Hyundai have looked at testing the next generation of mid-size SUV Santa Fe.

This prototype for a redesigned version of the larger 3-line model, despite being a safe bet Hyundai is also working on a redesigned version of the Santa Lat Sport 2 line.

We’ve heard that Hyundai is considering whether to revive Veracruz’s name for the 3-line version, though nothing has been confirmed yet. The original Veracruz was dropped after the 2012 model year.

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Styling

The new SUV design looks evolutionary despite some subtle differences between its predecessor and its predecessor. For example, a side mirror is now positioned on the door and not on the pillar A-pillar.

The headlights also adopt a split design in which daylight lights are on top near the front edge of the hood and the main projector forms a vertical stack underneath. This is a new look for the Hyundai SUV and has appeared in the Kona subcompact.

The grille, meanwhile, adopts the design of the cascading Hyundai grille that we first saw in the Elantra GT 201.

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Redesing

What you can see in the photo is an early prototype that has some components ready for production, but most SUVs are covered by heavy camouflage. The prototype lurking presents more than two versions of Santa Fe, three rows one while the two-row sports model will come out later. The new design in 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe looks like the evolution of the current model with some important upgrades.

The first thing we noticed in the spy image was the mirror now positioned on the door and not on the A pillar. Moving to the lower front segment, the headlamps are now split where the higher section serves as a daylight light while the main projector underneath. The grille will adopt the new Hyundai design which is something that will characterize all future vehicles starting from 2018 Elantra GT. As far as the cabin goes, we can not say much because the spy photos did not give us enough of a close-range shot from the interior.

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2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Powertrain

It’s too early to talk about powertrains but expect a 3-line SUV to continue the naturally aspirated V-6 while the 2-line model should proceed with the inline-4 option. The front-wheel drive should continue to be standard on both, with all-wheel drive still an option.

Potential competitors include Ford Explorer, Honda Pilot, Kia Sorrento and Toyota Highlander, as well as newcomers such as Volkswagen Atlas and yet-to-be-revealed Subaru Ascent.

One and a half months into the new year and more than a few Hyundai vehicles are seen while performing the test. The latter is 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe who was caught during his first outing in the snow. Like a dog that sees snow for the first time, a new SUV from a new Japanese carmaker dancing and prancing in snow-covered ground.

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Redesign

Under the hood, maybe nothing will change, at least not much. You can expect 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe that has a 3.3-liter naturally aspirated V-6 that can generate 290 horsepower and 252 lb-ft of torque. This unit comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, and can run 0-60 in 7.1 seconds with a maximum speed of 128 mph. As far as the Sport version is concerned, it will come with one of Hyundai’s in-line factories.

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Release Date

The release, to disappoint us all, will not be scheduled this year. The beginning of 2018 sounds like a real possibility but the timing is not right to guess the exact date. The vehicle will come in 2019 MY.