On August 10, Hyundai officially announced the specifications of the latest generation Santa Fe. At the same time, the Korean brand also revealed the XRT concept which enhances the off-road character of the new model.
Taking advantage of the available masculine bodywork of the new Hyundai Santa Fe, the XRT version “adds a range of new equipment to create a model that meets the diverse needs of picky car owners”.
Some of the immediately noticeable equipment that appears only on this version includes a spare tire with a ceiling mount, a small step ladder attached to the rear door, a small luggage box attached to the left rear and a special dark 5-spoke Wheels and terrain included. Tire.
original photo taken by newspaper top rider The post suggests that adding a camera mounted on the side of the vehicle helps users to better see the surrounding and the terrain below, helping them make accurate decisions while off-road driving.
The interior of the Hyundai Santa Fe XRT has not been announced as the Korean brand is still mulling over whether to put the idea into practice or not.
If realised, the XRT could become a new equipment configuration or individual parts would be added as external options for the user to choose freely.
Hyundai didn’t mention the engine used by the Santa Fe XRT. In the latest generation, the car has 4 options including 2 petrol engine options (a turbocharged engine, a naturally aspirated engine), a hybrid engine and a rechargeable hybrid engine.
Hyundai has promised to reveal more details about the XRT in time for the car’s North American debut at the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show in November.
Some more pictures of the Hyundai Santa Fe XRT: