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In 2019, the fourth-generation Santa Fe lineup got a facelift and a Plug-in Hybrid model. It came out in the U.S. as part of the MY2022 update for the SUV.

Hyundai will give the 2023 Santa Fe Plug-in hybrid the ability to get map updates over the air (OTA). This is a big deal. The 2022 model doesn’t let you update maps over the air.

The specifications for the 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-in hybrid are the same as for the current model. It has a 1.6-liter G4F III SmartStream gasoline direct injection turbocharged engine and a permanent magnet synchronous motor.

The engine makes 178 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque, and the electric motor makes 66.9 kilowatts (90 horsepower) and 224 lb-ft of torque. Together, they add up to a total of 261 horsepower. The most powerful Santa Fe comes standard with a 6-speed automatic transmission and HTRAC AWD.

Hyundai may have already started making the 2023 Santa Fe. Like the current model, the 2023 version would be shipped from one of the company’s five plants in Ulsan, South Korea, not from the local plant in Montgomery, which makes the 2023 Santa Fe and 2023 Santa Fe Hybrid for the United States (SOP: October 2022).

If a new base model is released, the base 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-in hybrid will likely cost more than USD 40,000. If not, the Limited trim with all the bells and whistles will probably cost a little more than USD 46,000.

Wards Intelligence data shows that sales of Hyundai hybrid models in the U.S. have grown by 136.3% through April 2022, with 23,302 units sold (via wardsauto.com). The South Korean automaker’s sales of plug-in hybrid cars are up by 372.1%, from 779 units in 2021 to 3,678 units in 2022. The second most popular PHEV is the Santa Fe Plug-in Hybrid, which makes up 1,100 units, or 30% of all PHEVs.

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