The Korean automotive manufacturer Hyundai has revealed the 2019 Santa Fe at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show. The fourth-generation Santa Fe is inspired by the Kona compact SUV and has a sharper and aggressive stance. It will be launched in the European market later this year. Packed with new features and refreshed interiors the SUV will be available in both five-seat and seven-seat options.
The 2019 Santa Fe will offer two petrol and one diesel engine options. The 2.4-litre four-cylinder petrol engine produces 183bhp of power, while the 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol churns out 230bhp. The 2.2-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel induces 188bhp of power. All the powertrains are matched to an 8-speed automatic transmission that powers all-four wheels. The new Santa Fe gets automatic emergency braking, rear cross-traffic warning, and blind spot warning for safety. Moreover, there is a sensor to detect and alert the driver about occupants in the rear seat. Further on, it also stops the doors from opening in case there is an object, pedestrian, vehicle or cyclist approaching towards the vehicle.