Hyundai introduced a sports version of the crossover Santa FeJuly 26, 2020
The new Santa Fe has received the designation N Performance. Improvements affected both the exterior and the technical part of the car.
Hyundai has presented a sports version of the Santa Fe crossover with the N Performance index. At the moment, the novelty was presented as a concept car, but the production version will be very close to the prototype. From the exterior, we note the emergence of a new grille with large vertical sections. Also note the modified bumper and bronze trim instead of the chrome trim in the classic version.
Among the technical innovations, we note the emergence of new exhaust pipes – they are made in a double version with a very interesting shape. To ensure better contact with the road surface, Hyundai suggested using low-profile sports tires Michelin Pilot Sport 4 SUV with parameters 265/40 R21.
The look is complemented by original wheels with a tinted effect and bronze inserts. Also worth highlighting is the appearance of red brake calipers.
Inside Hyundai Santa Fe N Performance, you can find carbon elements, and the seats and some of the door cards are sheathed in Alcantara.
The manufacturer has equipped the car with sports seats with improved lateral support. To give them a status, red contrasting stitching is made in the center. At the moment there is no official information about the revision of the power plants. Most likely, the Hyundai Santa Fe N Performance engine range will consist of two power units – a 2.2-liter turbodiesel with 202 hp, as well as a 2.5-liter gasoline turbo engine capable of producing 281 hp.
Hyundai plans to present the new car by the end of the year. Representatives of the brand have already announced that the sports version will be available outside South Korea as well.
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