The network showed new renderings of the Hyundai Santa Cruz pickupMay 24, 2020
Images appeared after a photograph was taken of the assembled body at the factory. There is no doubt that the new renderings show us the serial version as much as possible.
Pickup Hyundai Santa Cruz is gradually approaching access to world markets. Recall that he will be the first pickup truck in the history of Hyundai. As a concept car, the car was introduced back in 2015, but then they forgot about it for a long time. And over the past year, photos of new items from test trials have constantly appeared. Not so long ago, a photo of a car body taken near the factory got on the Web. Based on all the available data, the designers of the portal Carscoops have rendered a new pickup truck. Images appeared on the web on Sunday, May 24th.
The images show that the car lost most of the smooth lines that the first prototype had. Some features are largely similar to the latest generation Hyundai Elantra sedan. This is evidenced by the latest spy photos, which show three lines on the front doors, converging near the handle. Some sources said that the Hyundai Santa Cruz is built on the platform of a large Santa Fe crossover. Therefore, the interior of two cars can be very similar. If this is confirmed, then the novelty can get a digital dashboard and multimedia complex with a large screen.
The engine range can go to the pickup truck from the current version of Santa Fe. In this case, the car will receive a 2.4-liter engine with a return of 185 hp, as well as a 2.0-liter turbo engine, capable of producing 235 hp
The estimated cost of the long-awaited new items is 30,000 US dollars. The debut of Hyundai Santa Cruz is expected before the end of this year, and the model will go on sale in 2021.
Earlier on the web, Hyundai i40 station wagon were shown. However, it is not a fact that such a car will appear in the model line.
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