2013 Hyundai Santa Fe (dubbed iX45) Has Dropped Some Cammo Revealing New Details [Spy Shots]

The new model from Hyundai, its 2013 Santa Fe made its first appearance about a month ago, in a quite shy manner taking into account that that the prototype caught by spy photographers was dressed in a dense camouflage. Now, the new Hyundai Santa Fe has dropped its cammo in the front already and we have the photos to show it.

The upcoming model was caught during testing today at the European Alps and considering that they removed the usuall sack in the front for the first time, you have the chance to see some new details becoming obvious that the next-gen Santa Fe adopts some of the same styling cues that have made Hyundai’s latest sedans so popular. The 2013 model comes with a slightly revised bumper, new headlights and exterior mirrors with integrated LED indicators.

In addition to this set of photos, the photographers managed to take some shots even with the interior of the car and you can see it by clicking here.

Rumored to be dubbed iX45, the new version of the Hyundai SUV will get lots of design influences from the recently revealed Hyundai i40 Wagon. So, if that’s true, it will make the new iX45 (aka Santa Fe) look more dynamic and stylish.

This car is set for debut for late 2012 or early 2013 and, considering the pricing for the current model, the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe will probably be priced somewhere around $35,000.

Images: CarPix

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