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Mike Stevens | Mar 21, 2012

A pair of revealing 'teaser' images released earlier this month has left little to the imagination when it comes to Hyundai's next-generation Santa Fe.

The images followed a set of telling spy shots published in January that offered a first look at the new SUV's face and Audi-like tail.

Now, a set of new close-up shots have been passed out ahead of the new Santa Fe's New York Auto Show debut next month, revealing LED tail-lights and large sports-styled wheels.

The new images follow a handful of leaked brochure images - some of them identical to these new shots - revealing elements of its interior styling.

The leaked images, obtained by enthusiast site The Korean Car Blog, describe new features for the 2013 Santa Fe - which may also launch as the ix45 - including a lane-departure warning system, automated parking, a knee airbag and Hyundai's BlueLink information system.

An updated version of Hyundai's 2.2 litre R-Series diesel will also feature, boosting power to 165kW and 500Nm of torque - up from 145kW and 421Nm in the current mill.

Check out Santa Fe links below, and watch for the new model to debut at April's New York Auto Show.

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