- 2020 Santa Fe hybrid variants to use a 1.6-litre turbo-petrol engine paired with an electric motor
- 2.2-litre diesel now features a new aluminium block, higher pressure injection and a reshaped camshaft
Hyundai has confirmed engine details of its new-gen Santa Fe SUV, which had been revealed early last month. The all-new Santa Fe, which features a bold styling overhaul and an all-new platform will be offered with petrol-electric and diesel engine options when it goes on sale in international markets later this year.
The 7-seater is the first model in Hyundai’s European line-up to migrate to the ‘third-generation’ architecture, which already underpins the US-market Sonata sedan. The brand claims the new platform will offer “improved performance, efficiency and safety”.
Headline features include a new ventilation system that improves air movement through the…