After just three years on the market for the fourth generation of the Santa Fe, Hyundai revealed the facelifted version in 2020.
It brought new features and new technologies for their mid-size SUV.
The Korean car-manufacturer brought the facelifted model just in time for the 20th anniversary. The achievements got to the car in the past two decades transformed and evolved the Santa Fe from a compact to a mid-size vehicle.
From the outside, the exterior design combined rugged features with sophisticated lines. On the front fascia, the distinctive wide grille with a 3D pattern made the car looks robust. The T-shaped LED daytime running lights created a light signature for the vehicle. On the lower side of the bumper, the manufacturer installed a shield under the lower air-intake. The wheel-arches featured plastic molds in body color. The rear bumper was redesigned. A set of 20” light-alloy wheels was available as an option.
Inside, the Santa Fe offered a roomier interior for its passengers. The lower dashboard showed an airy feeling for the passengers, while the driver could enjoy the optional 12.3” digital cluster. A 10.25” touch-screen for the infotainment unit decorated the center stack. Due to the new D-platform, the Santa Fe offered more room for the rear passengers.