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We should expect the Santa Cruz to follow interior design consistent with other related models along with things unique to it, truck focused things. What would you guys like those unique things to be?
 

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It would be nice to have some storage under the rear seat. Other than that, I would expect it to have a mostly car-like interior.
 

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This is the new Tucson interior. The SC would be based off this:



If anything, the interior would be based on the Tucson's, but a little more edgier to go along with the exterior.
 

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If anything, the interior would be based on the Tucson's, but a little more edgier to go along with the exterior.


That sounds fine with me. Just enough to be different, while still sharing enough in common with the Tucson to keep pricing reasonable.
 

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Looks perfectly fine to me. That general idea with a few changes to make it look more utilitarian and just make it different. I'm thinking there might be a bit of color in there instead of sticking to black, grey and silver.
 

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I would love to see a front passenger seat that fold completely flat, like on the new Honda HRV.
Will there be a back seat for the Santa Cruz? I'm just think that the folding front seat wouldn't be as useful because the bed and the cabin are separated.
 

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Will there be a back seat for the Santa Cruz? I'm just think that the folding front seat wouldn't be as useful because the bed and the cabin are separated.
Huh? The Santa Cruz is going to seat five comfortably (for a compact vehicle of course).

You can see the top of the back seat in several shots in this video:
https://youtu.be/3cMSrzlzJcM

A flat folding front seat wouldn't be as useful unless the rear seat will also fold flat.
 

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I wouldn't care for a front folding seat but if we get it, why not, plus I wouldn't have much use for it anyways.

In bigger trucks like the F150 and the like it's great for contractors, fold down passenger seat and you instantly have a table
 

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With flat folding front seat would give you a nice sized (albeit L-shaped) interior cargo area. The suicide doors would also give excellent access. With a split folding rear seat, if you need to carry something larger that you don't want in the open bed, but for some reason you need to have a seat open in the rear (for a child that shouldn't be in the front seat for example), you will have a nice sized area along the passenger side.
 

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With a cover over the bed, what ever you'd want to put in the cabin that is that big can go in the bed.
 

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Not if its too tall to fit under the cover and you don't want it outside unprotected from weather, theft, etc.
True, just need to figure out those limitations of the bed but for the most part i doubt it'll be much of a problem.

Another thing to be discussed is tonneau covers.
 

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True, just need to figure out those limitations of the bed but for the most part i doubt it'll be much of a problem.

Another thing to be discussed is tonneau covers.
A tonneau cover is supposed to be built in. It will be interesting to see how Hyundai integrates it into the design.
 

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A tonneau cover is supposed to be built in. It will be interesting to see how Hyundai integrates it into the design.
Yes, those mounting points are necessary.

The least they can do is include those points and either create a cover themselves that's optional and/or leave it up to some aftermarket companies.
 

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