Hyundai Motor releases first teaser image of the fourth generation Santa Fe


We'll have more details come March 6 when Geneva kicks off.

The first Santa Fe was launched back in 2001 and captured a strong slice of the market in the United Kingdom as a stylish family SUV on a budget. The headlamps appear to be slightly narrower and less angular.

THE ALL-NEW 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe will launch in Australia later this year, according to Hyundai Australia which teased a gloomy profile photograph of the new medium SUV today.

Hyundai lets you add its latest all-wheel drive setup with any Santa Fe you select.

Hyundai's new Santa Fe will bow in February in Korea, before heading to the Geneva show.

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Among these is Rear Occupant Alert, which monitors the rear seats to detect passengers and alerts drivers to their presence when leaving the vehicle.

At least in terms of intent, the system sounds outwardly similar to the Rear Seat Reminder tech that's employed on over 20 General Motors models, a feature that warns parents to not accidentally leave small children in their vehicles.

The goal is to avoid the "hot car" deaths that claim an average of 37 young lives per year.

The Santa Fe tries to be all things by offering both two- and three-row seating capacities.

The Santa Fe will enter into its fourth-generation this time. One of these will be a rear cross traffic alert system with integrated automatic emergency braking, which should prove useful when backing out of a spot with limited visibility.