Hyundai has brought to this year's Geneva Motor Show the Grand Santa Fe which represents the European version of the U.S.-spec three-row Santa Fe.
Compared to the standard model, the Grand version is 225mm longer, 5mm wider and 10mm taller. Most importantly, its wheelbase has grown by 100mm and can provide a luggage capacity of 607 liters, which they say it's the best in this segment. The vehicle can be configured with a six- or seven-seat layout.
Hyundai will offer the Grand Santa Fe only with a 2.2-liter diesel engine generating 197 HP (145 kW). The mill is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and allows the vehicle to have CO2 emissions of 192 g/km. Available with 18- or 19-inch wheels, the seven-seater SUV brings revised fog lamps, front grille, front bumper and larger rear quarter.
On the inside it can have a full-length panoramic sunroof with no center beam, a 4.3-inch TFT Supervision Cluster, FLEX STEER and the proprietary three-mode steering system.