Whether Hyundai Santa Cruz pickups share the platform is still in the air New 2022 Tucson Or Refreshing Santa Fe.. Blanche.net’s KDesign AG has a series of informal renderings that give Santa Fe design clues to the new pickups, but based on the spy’s photo and the words from Hyundai itself, two are likely to be Tucson. It seems like.
The spy photo shows that the pickup features a split headlight design, which is present in the rendering. The track being rendered also features a thin slit daytime running light above the rectangular headlights that flow into the large grille. The triangular intake is adjacent to the chrome-trimmed lower bumper, similar to the 2021 Santa Fe. The full-width taillights straddle the tailgate and Santafe-inspired taillight shapes with chrome accents on the rear. Spy shots showed Hyundai hiding the back.
In September, Hyundai Motor Group Global Product Manager The pickup said it was based on 2022 Tucson,However Hyundai It is not clear when I contact you. If Santa Cruz shares parts with Tucson, the Tucson engine may also power the pickup. This allows the pickup to choose between a naturally aspirated 2.5 liter or a 1.6 liter hybrid mill with an optional turbocharger. Inside, the Tucson Base should give Santa Cruz a neatly appointed interior with the latest technology, including a 10.3 inch center infotainment screen and a digital instrument cluster.
There are rumors that you can get a 3.8-liter V6 from Palisade that produces 290 horsepower (216 kW). This helps to compete with classic engines such as the Ford Ranger and Honda Ridgeline.However, on the Tucson platform with a 4-cylinder engine, Santa Cruz Ford Maverick, Blue Oval’s new light truck on the same platform as the new Escape and Bronco Sport. It will be a complete lineup for Santa Cruz.
Hyundai Santa Cruz pickup imagined by clues of Santa Fe SUV design
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