HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY UNVEILS TEASER IMAGES OF ALL-NEW SANTA FE

Posted on 12. Mar, 2012 by in Hyundai Canada

– First images of a third-generation Santa Fe

– All-new Santa Fe embodies “Storm Edge” pattern concept, hinting during Hyundai’s destiny SUV designs

Hyundai Motor Co., one of a world’s largest and fastest-growing automakers, currently denounced extraneous teaser images of a all-new Santa Fe, that had been famous by a formula name DM in Korea. The all-new Santa Fe will have a universe premiere during a New York International Auto Show in early April.

Hyundai will keep a name “Santa Fe” for a new vehicle, stability a plain code birthright of a automaker’s many deputy SUV model. The all-new Santa Fe, that is entering a third generation, has reached worldwide accumulative sales of about 2.56 million units (Korea: 680,000 / overseas: 1.95 million) given a 2000 debut.

Based on Hyundai’s pattern philosophy, Fluidic Sculpture, a new Santa Fe adopts a possess pattern judgment called “Storm Edge,” that captures a clever and energetic images combined by inlet during a arrangement of a storm.

The third-generation Santa Fe facilities worldly and polished lines, that are in peace with confidant and saturated surfaces, completing a some-more assertive and classical demeanour than a predecessor.

The pattern adopts a hexagonal grille – a pivotal pattern evidence of a Hyundai family demeanour – a two-tone saturated bottom automobile physique and wider front and back bumpers, formulating a unconventional and urban-style SUV image.

Dynamic side impression lines give a some-more aerodynamic feeling, while romantic sum voiced on a extraneous pattern broach a reward image, suggesting a new pattern instruction for Hyundai’s next-generation SUVs.

The all-new Santa Fe, whose core product concepts are “Refinement,” ”Smartness” and “Practicality, ” is approaching to be a strike in a tellurian SUV market, charity a best value to business in each aspect, with a differentiated design, cutting-edge technologies, good fuel economy and unsentimental use of space.

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