The 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe has been shown in its home market of South Korea with a comprehensive styling upgrade package.
The Hyundai Santa Fe N-Line concept has not been confirmed for Australia, but local representatives said it is under study and has “not been ruled out”.
The upgrades include a front and rear bodykit with sideskirts, to give the vehicle the perception of a lower stance.
Massive 21-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Michelin tyres also make room for uprated, performance brakes.
The interior trim also gets new highlights, and flashes of faux carbon-fibre to match new mirror scalps made of the same material.
An N Performance grille also distinguishes this model from the regular Hyundai Santa Fe line-up.
Price is yet to be announced but, if it were to be sold in Australia, CarAdvice expects the Hyundai Santa Fe N-Line edition would fill the void between the flagship Hyundai Pallisade, which would place it in the $50,000 to $60,000 bracket.
All of this is speculation, however, as the enhancements are not yet confirmed for the Australian market. CarAdvice will add further updates on this model as information becomes available.