2013 Fluidic Santa Fe Brochure leaked; Reveals juicy details


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You have seen the spyshots, you have seen the concept and you also know about the engine options, but it doesn’t end there. Thanks to our friends at TheKoreanCarBlog, we bring and exclusive insight into the production ready model. The brochure of the upcoming 2013 Santa FE has been leaked on to the web and it reveals some really juicy details.

2013 Hyundai Santa Fe brochure2013 Hyundai Santa Fe brochure

Let’s start with the best news possible – The 2013 Fluidic Santa FE gets some sizzling hot features which include:

  • BlueLink (Sort of like CommandDrive for Mercedes and iDrive for BMW)
  • Automatic parking
  • Front and rear LED lamps
  • Knee airbag
  • Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS)

There is also a mention of a 2.0-liter 2WD version of the Santa Fe which will dish out 17 km/l. 2.2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder ‘R’ diesel engine rated at 222hp and 500Nm is also officially confirmed now.

The 2012  Fluidic Santa Fe is turning out to be quite a package. This new CUV from Hyundai is expected to debut at the new York Motor Show. Let’s hope Hyundai gets the Fluidic Santa Fe to India as early as possible to threaten the segment leader Toyota Fortuner.

[Source: thekoreancarblog.com]

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