2024 Hyundai Santafe(MX5)

It’s a santafe full change rendering by a Korean artist

These are the parts that are made as the main distinctions.

  • Leadlamps falling diagonally
  • Grill lighting LED bar
  • Bumper intake configuration with H-shaped configuration
  • Cladding that invades the driver’s door

Next-Gen Hyundai Santa Fe Spy Photos

Another rendering.

New photos

Source: autospy.net

Hyundai Santafe MX5

leaked Santafe (MX5) interior

Defender-like Santafe MX5 interior.

New Render

Here’s the back of the new Santa Fe MX5.
But, Just Renderings

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New Photos

New generation Hyundai SantaFe Render

New Photos

Source: autospy.net

Hyundai arrives at winter testing in Sweden with a prototype of the new SantaFe

The new SantaFe stands out for a completely new design, more angular in all lines and with a sloped windshield to install a roof with a floating appearance. The same verticality of the front has also been transferred to the rear, with a large and very clean tailgate.

The fifth generation of the Hyundai Santa Fe will land on the market at the beginning of 2024. The large SUV will hit the market with a new-generation gasoline engine plant with 48V MHEV technology. It will have HEV and PHEV versions associated with an 8-speed automatic gearbox and front and all-wheel drive.

New Photos

New photos

Spyshots including interior design of Hyundai MX5.
This car’s third row space is about the same as Palisade.

Source: autospy.net

The fifth-gen Santa Fe will begin production in July.
It should go on sale in Europe and North America later in 2024.

Next GEN. SantaFe with DRL clearly revealed.

2024 Hyundai Santa Fe Interior Spy Photos Show Big Screen.

Despite camouflage wrap and heavy covers, we get a look at the Santa Fe’s forthcoming digital makeover. Displays for the driver and center infotainment system appear to be housed in a wide single screen, stretching from the left side of the dash and curving slightly at the far right.

Source: motor.es