Unveiled in June 2020 and initially launched with diesel and hybrid engines, the restyled Hyundai Santa Fe arrives today in a plug-in hybrid version.
In June 2020, after just a two-year career, the fourth-generation Hyundai Santa Fe received a mid-career restyling. And for the occasion, the SUV has greatly evolved by adopting a new platform (+1.5 cm in length at 4.78 m), a whole new style (new grille, tapered headlamps, revised shields …), a modernized interior (floating center console, 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, large 10.25-inch central touch screen …) and electrified engines.
Available from August in diesel (2.2 CRDi 202 hp DCT-8) and simple hybrid (Hybrid 230 hp) versions, the model is now also available in a plug-in hybrid variant.
265 hp and 58 km of range in electric mode
This combines a 1.6-liter T-GDi engine with a 91 hp electric unit powered by a 13.8 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery for a total of 265 hp and 350 Nm. All with four-wheel drive, a 6-speed automatic transmission, four driving modes (Comfort, Sport, Eco and Smart), three terrain modes (Snow, Sand and Mud) and autonomy in all-electric mode of 58 km (up to 69 km in urban driving).
What price for the Santa Fe plug-in hybrid?
Produced at the Hyundai plant in Ulsan, South Korea, the Santa Fe Plug-in is available to order from 55.200 € in Creative finish (19-inch alloy wheels, 10.25 multimedia touchscreen, GPS, induction charger, automatic tailgate, intelligent adaptive cruise control, active blind spot monitoring, autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist recognition and intersection function …).