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Just when you thought manufacturers couldn’t carve out any more niches, Hyundai has come along and blindsided the competition with what can only be described as a work of art – the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Cabriolet – and we’ve had a world-exclusive first drive.

Designed by the brand’s European design studio, the all-new Santa Fe Cabriolet bridges the gap between weekend fun and daily practicality in the form of a seven-seat, non-retractable convertible SUV.

Based on the TM Santa Fe platform, the Santa Fe Highlander Cabriolet builds on its already impressive design and body structure by offering a four-door convertible with the same running gear as the top-specification Santa Fe Highlander.

While the roof can’t be retracted – making it difficult to drive in the rain, at the snow, near lightning, at night, on cold days, on hot days or near the sea – the extra space afforded by ditching a heavy folding roof mechanism meant that Hyundai could retain a true seven-seat layout.

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