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Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024.

Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024.

Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024.

Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024. The first country where the crossover that turned into a “brutal” appeared was its native Korea, where the model was offered with a gasoline turbo-four and as a “simple” hybrid.

The fifth-generation Hyundai Santa Fe made its world premiere last week, when versions for Europe and South Korea were simultaneously shown, and at the same time the model’s release date for the global market was announced – the first quarter of 2024.

But the Koreans were luckier: in the brand’s homeland, sales of the new product started on August 16.

In the new generation, Santa Fe has radically changed in appearance, it now has an angular body, massive bumpers and the letters H in the headlights and lanterns, and in the body pillars behind the rear doors there are press-in handles for easier access to the roof (you can hold on to them).

In addition, the SUV has grown: the length has been increased by 45 mm to 4830 mm, and the wheelbase has been stretched by 50 mm to 2815 mm.

Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024.

In the cabin there is a familiar display, a climate sensor unit, which, however, retains physical buttons and washers, and a steering column lever responsible for controlling the transmission.

In Korea, the new Hyundai Santa Fe is offered with a 2.5 T-GDI petrol turbo-four of the Smartstream series, which produces 281 hp. and 422 Nm, the engine is combined with an eight-speed robotic gearbox with two clutches.

Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024.

A “simple” HEV hybrid (that is, without the possibility of charging from the mains) with a 1.6 T-GDI turbo engine (180 hp), an electric motor and a six-speed automatic transmission is also available, the total output of this Santa is 235 hp.

There are no more diesels. The gasoline cross in both modifications comes with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.

There are three trim levels available to choose from (regardless of the power plant) – Exclusive, Prestige and Calligraphy.

Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024.

The cheapest crossover has diode optics, 18-inch wheels, the same scoreboard, faux leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, heated all seats, ventilated front seats, dual-zone climate control, one wireless smartphone charger, ten airbags, adaptive cruise control, auto-braking and lane marking systems.

The next oldest version adds projection-type LED headlights, roof rails and two wireless charging pads.

And the top-end Santa Fe Calligraphy has an original radiator grille, 21-inch wheels, nappa leather, a front passenger seat with a folding footrest, a head-up display, a platform for disinfecting personal items with ultraviolet rays (hidden in the upper glove box), a collision avoidance system when reverse parking.

Also for the “luxurious” crossover there is a Black Ink design package: as you might guess, this is an extended black decor.

Hyundai Santa Fe Calligraphy 2024.

The Santa Fe is a five-seater by default, but for an additional fee you can order a seven- or six-seater interior.

Other options include two sunroofs, 20-inch wheels and many extras for outdoor activities (for example, a rooftop tent).

The “traditional” new Hyundai Santa Fe Exclusive starts at $26,600, the Prestige version asks for a minimum of $28,500, and the top Calligraphy version starts at $32,800. The hybrid starts at $30,300.


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