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  • The All-New SANTA FE

    The All-New
    SANTA FE

A family car,
with just as much energy.

To endure road trip after road trip, the Santa Fe comes in diesel or gasoline engines
with 6 or 8-speed transmissions offering maximum fuel efficiency and durability.

2.4 GDi Gasoline engine

A maximum power of 188ps at 6,000 rpm
and a maximum torque of 24.6kgf·m at 4,000rpm.

  • 2.4 GDi Gasoline engine

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    3.5 MPi Gasoline engine

    A maximum power of 280ps at 6,300 rpm
    and a maximum torque of 34.3gf·m at 5,000rpm.

  • 3.5 MPi Gasoline engine

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    2.4 MPi Gasoline engine

    A maximum power of 172ps at 6,000 rpm
    and a maximum torque of 22.9kgf·m at 4,000rpm.

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    2.2 CRDi Diesel engine

    A maximum power of 200ps at 3,800 rpm
    and a maximum torque of 45.0kgf·m at 1,750~2,750rpm.

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    2.0 CRDi Diesel engine

    A maximum power of 185ps at 4,000 rpm
    and a maximum torque of 41.0kgf·m at 1,750~2,750rpm.

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    HTRAC

    HTRAC is an electronic all-wheel drive system that automatically detects vehicle’s speed and road
    conditions to control braking between the left and right wheels and apply active torque control between the
    front and rear axles, in order to ensure stability while driving and cornering on slippery roads.

    Drive mode

    The color of the instrument panel changes according to the driving mode selected (Comfort, ECO or Sport).
    Comfort mode provides optimized torque transfer for a stable driving, ECO mode prioritizes fuel economy,
    while Sport mode boost performance to deliver a dynamic drive. Finally, use the Smart mode to
    automatically switch among the other modes based on road conditions and driving style.

    • all-wheel-drive

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