Editor/Reporter - CheersandGears.com
March 10, 2012
If you were to take a look at Hyundai's current lineup, you would notice a lot of fresh/new vehicles (Sonata, Accent, Elantra). But you also notice the two oldest vehicles; the Santa Fe and the long-forgotten Veracruz. We know Hyundai has a new Santa Fe on the way due to some leaked photos back in January.
Now, Hyundai has released some renderings of the new Santa Fe that will be shown at the New York Auto Show next month.
Hyundai calls the crossover's new styling language "Storm Edge," stating it's an evolution of the "Fluidic Sculpture" language that it's has been using over the last few years.
The front end gets a new a new trapezoidal grille and what look like to be tapered-back headlights, confirming the pictures that came out in January.
The profile shot of the Santa Fe reveals that it will likely , continue to be a two-row crossover to do battle with the Ford Edge and Toyota Venza.