Hyundai has fully revealed the next-generation Santa Fe in these new photos, and like we surmised from previous renderings, it looks a lot like the Kona. Cabin design features fewer sharp angles than the outgoing model, adopting more flowing lines for a more upscale appearance. This means the small lamps and large grille found on the Kona and i30 are making their way to the Santa Fe. These models will come with front-wheel drive system although customers can choose to have it with all-wheel drive with an additional $1300. In South Korea the 2019 Santa Fe will be offered with either a 2.0L gasoline engine or two diesel options: a 2.0L or 2.2L.
Also new to Hyundai is a Safety Exit Assist system, which uses sensors in the rear of the auto to prevent rear-seat passengers from opening the doors into the path of approaching traffic, and warns front-seat passengers if they are about to do so. There are also a number of other technologies that are either a world first, or a first for the Hyundai Motor Group. A new Safety Exit Assist will also lock the doors if the vehicle detects a vehicle approaching from the rear.
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Lastly, the Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Avoidance Assist (RCCA) will apply the brakes to prevent a collision with crossing traffic when reversing out of narrow spaces with limited visibility.
Those looking for more can opt for the Limited or the Ultimate model which will be coming in with a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that will be mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission.