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I know that the initial concept was a small two door pickup but do we think there will be a 4 door production variant? Many new mid sizes like the new Ranger have opted only to release it as a crew cab. The more configurations, the greater appeal the Santa Cruz can have.
 

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This has been explored in renderings, though Hyundai hasn't given any indication of a 4 door. The concept design lends itself pretty well to a larger cabin.
 

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If Hyundai offers a 4-door then we shouldn't be the least bit surprised if there's a lot of parts sharing going on between it and their SUV's of the same time.
 

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Odds are this model is already going to be sharing a lot of its components from the Santa Fe, including hopefully the AWD system. Think it will also get a turbocharged engine for the top trim?
 

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A 4-banger would do it unless Hyundai has plans for a hybrid which I might consider as the 2020's will be full of them
 

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I just hope that Hyundai provides both AWD and RWD variants of the SC, because some will be buying with fuel economy in mind. Many are looking for a pickup as a replacement dd over their current SUV.
 

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As long as they don't stick to using old components like what Toyota did then i will be happy.
Still can't believe Toyota uses drum brakes, even some entry level passenger sedans don't but their pickup sure does.
 

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You don't buy a Toyota for leading edge tech, you buy for resale value and reliability. It looks like they will finally be giving the Tacoma some updates for 2020 however.
 

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I know that the initial concept was a small two door pickup but do we think there will be a 4 door production variant? Many new mid sizes like the new Ranger have opted only to release it as a crew cab. The more configurations, the greater appeal the Santa Cruz can have.
Love the 2 door, won’t bother even looking at a 4 door. Hyundai making the same mistake Subaru made with Baja and will fail. Why even show a 2 door concept and then trash it.
 
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