Hyundai’s greatest SUV will certainly get a light remodeling for 2015. Spy photographers captured a facelifted 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe going through screening. The facelifted Santa Fe will certainly get new sport bumpers, a customized grille and revamped headlights and taillights. The interior will certainly receive minor upgrades. It’s possible brand-new engines will make it into the Santa Fe also.
2015 Hyundai Santa Fe redesign
A test mule of the Hyundai Santa Fe facelift has been spied. It is thought that the mid size SUV will be introduced in summertime 2015. Introduced internationally in September 2012, the Santa Fe for many of us the still feels rather fresh after the 2014 variation was revealed at the New Delhi Auto-Expo. Despite being greatly camouflaged, the spy images of the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe offers us a couple of tips about exactly what to anticipate styling sensible from the future design. Particularly, the test mule featured in our photo gallery below follows the normal dish of a moderate facelift: various design for the headlights and taillights, a little different front and rear bumpers along with an upgraded front grille to freshen up the exterior of the Korean mid size SUV.
A few small design updates are anticipated within also, but only time will certainly inform if it will be excellent enough to measure up to the German equivalents. All these modifications will be put on both 5- and 7-seat variations of the Santa Fe. In some markets the new Hyundai Santa Fe is sold with the ix45 badge and Santa Fe Sport, while the seven-seater is also known as the Grand Santa Fe.
Powertrain of the new Hyundai Santa Fe
Today 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe has a powerful 2.2 Litre CRDI diesel motor which produces a torque of around 420 Nm which gives it the much required punch. The engine appears to work well and the car feels really nimble besides being relatively big. It’s highly unlikely that brand-new engines will be offered, however the existing ones are probably going to get more effective and greener while maintaining the very same power output.