The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe was recently caught on camera by dedicated spy photographers. The spanking new SUV was seen testing over in Germany, just around the automaker’s development facility.

Despite the model sporting a heavy camouflage, we can make out the two sets of lights placed on the front end that makes the 2019 model look different from its predecessors.

Aside that, the front fascia also seems to be equipped with a brand new grille that is slated to be similar to the ones on the 2018 Hyundai Sonata. Many folks are also expecting to see the similar kind of styling on Hyundai’s upcoming compact crossover, Kona.

Judging from the fact that the model’s rear is heavily clad in camo, it seems pretty obvious that Hyundai has done some massive revamps to that particular area.

The rumor mill suggests that the Santa Fe could be much larger and the seven-seater could possibly accommodate eight people with its latest iteration. That said, the Santa Fe Sport model would most definitely be arriving as a five-passenger vehicle.

Staff Reporter

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