Hyundai Santa Fe successor coming next month

Hyundai Santa Fe successor coming next month

Hyundai Santa Fe successor coming next month

But it's not. It is the new Santa Fe, the fourth generation of the hugely successful South Korean SUV, to be shown in full glory at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show this March.

Hyundai has released the first image of its upcoming seven-seat Santa Fe SUV. Monitoring the rear seats to detect passengers and alert the driver when they are about to leave the auto, the new technology will be just one of the novelties the fourth iteration of the model will bring in terms of safety.

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The current Santa Fe is a handsome, sleek SUV, but it was launched back in 2013 and looks dated next to newer Hyundai models - like the latest i30, for example. Expect the Indian debut of the new Santa Fe once the SUV goes on sale in global markets. The wheelarches also indicated a more squared-off look along the sides, which could suggest Hyundai is going for a more aggressive look - a hunch borne out by the teaser image, which shows the vehicle more upright and squared off.

The goal is to avoid the "hot car" deaths that claim an average of 37 young lives per year. It's not immediately clear how the new Santa Fe differs from GM's RSR, but "Monitor" suggests the system may employ some sort of more sophisticated cabin sensor to detect occupants. It's also going to be bundled with an advanced rear cross-traffic collision warning with an automated braking function.

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It is not immediately clear if Hyundai will continue this strategy, but in light of the apparent size of the vehicle in the teaser image and its long windowline, it seems likely that this is a three-row model. Hyundai will reveal more details and images of the cars next month before the public debut at the Geneva stage.

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