Hyundai is on a design roll these days. Everything that’s coming out of the brand’s South Korean design studios looks fresh and interesting, and that’s very much the case with the new Santa Fe. Dropping next year, the 2024 Santa Fe looks nothing like the current car. In fact it looks more like a Land Rover, but still has a look all its own.
It has a selection of great tech, too, like dual wireless chargers, dual 12.3-inch displays and wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay. Plus, with three rows of seating, the Santa Fe hauls more folks and more cargo than ever before. Two engines will be on offer: a 2.5-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder making 277 horsepower and a 1.6-liter hybrid, with 232 ponies.
But what’s it like to drive? And is that third row actually usable? We headed to South Korea to find out. Watch the video below for the full story.
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