Hyundai has released some pictures of its new fourth-gen Santa Fe model which will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month. These pictures come after Hyundai had released a small teaser for the car earlier last week.
At the front, the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe has narrow slit-like headlights with a chrome finish running between them along with the corporate grill in the middle. Inside we see a lot of cabin space and premium leather seats. A touchscreen infotainment system sits in the middle of the dashboard and the car is said to feature great safety features such as the back seat rear cross traffic alert, rear occupant alert and safety exit assist.
According to a CNET >report, the car measures 187.8 inches long and 74.4 inches wide and is likely to be only available in a 5-seater variant.
There is not much information with regards to the performance of the car, but it can be expected to sport a 2-litre four-cylinder engine. No word is out on when the car will make way to the Indian roads as of now, but it may be debuted at the New York Auto Show after being shown off in Geneva.