Hyundai Santa Cruz
NEXT STAGE: New in 2021
Hyundai is calling the Santa Cruz a "sport adventure vehicle" and not a pickup. The automaker is targeting buyers looking for a flexible alternative to crossover cargo space. The Santa Cruz has four doors and a 4-foot bed. The Santa Cruz will be built in Alabama alongside the Tucson crossover. The two vehicles share a platform, a base engine and interior equipment. They also share a design language, although the Santa Cruz is just over a foot longer to accommodate the bed. The base 2022 Santa Cruz is powered by a 2.5-liter four cylinder with 191 hp and 181 pound-feet of torque. An optional 2.5-liter turbo motor is estimated at 281 hp and 311 pound-feet of torque. The base engine is paired with a traditional eight-speed automatic transmission and the optional engine receives an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic with paddle shifters. It goes on sale in summer 2021.
NEXT STAGE: Freshen in 2024
A freshen is expected in 2024.
|Hyundai Palisade Freshen in 2021||Hyundai Sonata Freshen in 2022||Hyundai Santa Fe Redesign in 2023||Hyundai Tucson Freshen in 2024||Hyundai Palisade Redesign in 2025|
|Hyundai Venue Change in 2019||Hyundai Palisade Freshen in 2022||Hyundai Ioniq Redesign in 2023||Hyundai Santa Cruz Freshen in 2024|
|Hyundai Tucson Redesign in 2021||Hyundai Venue Freshen in 2022||Hyundai Elantra Freshen in 2023|
|Hyundai Santa Fe Freshen in 2021|
|Hyundai Veloster Freshen for 2021|
|Hyundai Kona Addition in 2021|
|Hyundai Santa Cruz New in 2021|
|Hyundai Nexo Freshen in 2021|