Hyundai has declassified the design of the updated Santa Fe

The fourth generation of the Hyundai Santa Fe crossover has undergone restyling and has undergone a radical transformation both inside and outside.

The redesigned Santa Fe seems to have changed the generation: now it has a much more harmonious and complete exterior design. The crossover has a new front part with ” double-decker” optics: narrow headlights are connected to the main light elements of T-shaped running lights. The new grille has grown in size and now can be in two versions, the front bumper is more attractive.

The sides of the crossover have not changed much, and the rear part is decorated with new lights, which are now connected with a thin red stripe. Redesigned interior of Santa Fe received a sloping center console with a push-button control gearbox instead of the usual lever. The Terrain Mode selector has also moved to the centre console, allowing you to select both driving modes and four-wheel-drive settings.

Sand, snow, and dirt driving modes have been added, in addition to the previous Eco, Sport, Comfort, and Smart modes. The console is now equipped with a new multimedia system with 10.25″ touch screen and pre-installed maps, satellite navigation with voice guidance, the ability to display images from the rearview camera while driving, and other entertainment systems.

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