In what could be one of the biggest transformations in the recent history of automotive design, the all-new 2024 Hyundai Santa Fe has taken on a completely new design theme. Bold, boxy and rugged, the fifth-generation Santa Fe heralds a new era for the company’s SUV design.
The radical transformation is guided by the latest trends surrounding SUV owners’ lifestyle and they way in which they use their SUVs. Versatility, space and style represent major importance for buyers of SUVs, hence the Santa Fe’s first full model change since 2018 prioritises interior spaces and cargo capacity, packaged in an adventurously styled exterior body.
The long wheelbase and wide tailgate are designed to maximise cabin space and practicality, which Hyundai claims is class-leading. Updated tech includes a panoramic curved display and dual wireless charging, while cabin refinement is dialled up by improved materials used on the seats and dashboard.
The new SUV also incorporates a number of sustainable materials. The suede headliner, car mats, and second- and third-row seatbacks are made from recycled plastic, while the crash pad and door trim covers are made from eco-friendly leatherette.
The all-new Hyundai Santa Fe will make its world premiere in August. Stay tuned for more information.