The new Santa Fe Hyundai 2018 will continue what Hyundai seems to have started with the next segment B SUV Kona. Although the newly installed design chief Luc Donckerwolke did not oversee the Santa Fe style from scratch, he had a definitive signature. Given his recent mission statement that he wants Hyundai’s design to make a change, it is necessary to shake the memories of the functional style of the outgoing car.
The new front-end style is likely to find its way to the entire Hyundai SUV range. The thin LED strip above the headlights (Citroën style) will flank an angular grid with a honeycomb design that will become the signature of the company’s design. Santa Fe is expected to reach the showrooms in the third quarter of 2018. As we have seen in action in Europe and Korea, we hope that we will have an early revelation, perhaps early in the new year.
The Santa Fe Hyundai 2018 drives either its front wheels, the Santa Fe Active X, or the four wheels. A special edition Santa Fe 30 limited edition offered in September 2016 also led the front wheels only. AWD Santa Fes uses an on-demand AWD system, which optimizes fuel consumption. They drive the front wheels all the time and distribute power to the rear wheels when needed. To improve performance at slow speeds in slips, you can lock the 50-50 power distribution on the front and rear wheels by pressing a button on the dashboard. The Santa Fe is classified as a large, cheaper SUV.
The Santa Fe Hyundai 2018 crossover SUV proves that you do not have to sacrifice conviviality for having a contemporary interior design. All the controls inside are easy to reach and understand, and everything is built with care and high quality materials. It is also practical, with a stain resistant or stain resistant Yes Essentials fabric and a rear seat that folds into a 40/20/40 split and is also available with 5.2 inches of forward and aft movement and a function of inclination as part of an optional package. Behind the seats is a large cargo space, which makes the Santa Fe sport exceptionally flexible.
Standard safety features include seven airbags, anti-lock brakes with brake assist, electronic stability control with traction control and tire pressure monitoring system. Available features include Blue Link telematics, HID headlamps, 19-inch alloy wheels, heated and ventilated leather seats, heated steering wheel, navigation system and a panoramic sunroof. The Santa Fe Sport is a carry forward for 2018.