2013 Hyundai Santa Fe
The new Hyundai Santa Fe is one of the most anticipated models of this teeming Auto Show New York, and over Hyundai wanted his debut in the Big Apple is twofold: on one side showed the five-seat version of Sport and the other the Santa Fe with three rows of seats. In addition it has under a single name, as finally retain its present name in Europe although many already had hastily baptized as ix45.
The new Hyundai Santa Fe has been shaped according to a new visual style called Storm Edge and for now is only the model. Basically it is the hardest and strong evolution of Fluidic Sculpture we all know thanks to cars like the Elantra, Sonata, or i40 ix35. At first it’s a little shocking, particularly for its large three-bar grille, but the car itself is quite balanced. For dimensions, the new Santa Fe is slightly longer, narrower and lower (4,690, 1,880 and 1,680 mm respectively).
However, possibly the best of style Storm Edge can be seen in the cabin of the car. If the current generation and made significant improvements, the new Santa Fe takes you directly to the future. There is some difference of options (Kike says that is passed from Martian personally disagree), but much doubt that anyone will miss the outgoing model design. Furthermore, Hyundai chest out of its improved interior dimensions, since they have been added 38 to 45 mm to the first and second row of seats respectively. Also, the boot capacity has increased to 535 liters.
What about engines? Well, Hyundai will offer up to four mechanical, divided equally between diesel and gasoline. In Europe the real blockbuster will be the 2.0 and 2.2 for diesel, with 150 and 200 hp, while those seeking the utmost refinement can be tilted by 2.4 of 193 hp or (in the U.S.) will certify a 2.0 turbo 264 hp. The broadcast can be automatic or manual, depending on the versions and drive system, but always with six gears.
2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Pictures