Hyundai confirms Santa Cruz for US

Hyundai confirms Santa Cruz for US

What isn’t clear is how long it will take for a Hyundai pickup to make it onto U.S. roads. Given the cadence of Hyundai’s currently planned crossover and SUV rollouts, it could be several years before the automaker has the right platform available to build a pickup.

What isn’t clear is how long it will take for a Hyundai pickup to make it onto U.S. roads. Given the cadence of Hyundai’s currently planned crossover and SUV rollouts, it could be several years before the automaker has the right platform available to build a pickup.

Under the plan, Hyundai Motor plans to roll out a new version of its Santa Fe Sport mid-sized SUV next year, followed by an all-new 7-passenger crossover which will replace a current three-row Santa Fe in early 2019 in the United Sates. A redesigned Tucson SUV is expected in 2020.

Whenever the production truck rolls off the assembly line, Hyundai will join Mercedes-Benz in the “Wait, they build a truck?” segment. No details have been forthcoming on the size, platform or release date for the truck, but based on the Santa Cruz concept, it will likely be a mid-size truck (think Honda Ridgeline) and not a full-size one (think Ford F-150).

Hyundai confirms Santa Cruz for US

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