Hyundai plans on unveiling the 2013 Santa Fe at the upcoming New York International Auto Show, but the Korean automaker decided to give us all a sneak peek through its Twitter account.
Two renderings of the 2013 Santa Fe crossover have been provided, giving us a better picture of what the next-generation CUV will look like in combination to the photos leaked earlier this year.
According to the Korean automaker, the new Santa Fe sports a new styling language "Storm Edge", stating that it's a natural evolution from its successful "Fluidic Sculpture" that has been seen on Hyundais the last few years.
By the looks of these photos, it appears that the Santa Fe will continue to be a two-row crossover - the optional third row was tossed out in the 2009 model year - and will continue to compete with the likes of the Nissan Murano and Toyota Venza.
Look for more on the 2013 Santa Fe with AutoGuide's New York Auto Show coverage starting April 4th.