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2013-02-17 08:29

STORM CROWD: Storm's UK agency has whistled-up 5 Hyundai Santa Fe people-movers to deliver models to London Fashion Week. From left: Amelia Hunt and Hannah Cassidy UK), Julia Valimaki (Finland) Grace Boll (Sudan) and Rihanna Porter (Australia)

LONDON, England - Catwalk models from Storm Model Management are preparing for a busy couple of days ahead of London Fashion Week AW13.

To ensure they travel in style, Hyundai has delivered a fleet of five New Generation Hyundai Santa Fe people-movers to chauffeur the models from show to show.


The SUV's will help world-renowned names such as Lily Donaldson and New Faces such as Rosie Tapner and Ashleigh Good fulfil their busy schedule of castings, appearances and events.

Simon Chambers, MD at Storm Models, said: “The cars look stunning. They’re spacious and luxurious, making them the ideal transport for whisking our girls to all of the London Fashion Week shows.”

Influenced by Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture form language, the Santa Fe has taken its own design concept called ‘Storm Edge’ - where soft forms meet dramatic edges to create a dynamic and imposing style.

Santa Fe 2.2 Premium FWD 5-seater a/t - R434 900
Santa Fe 2.2 Executive AWD 7-seater a/t - R459 900
Santa Fe 2.2 Elite AWD 7-seater a/t  - R499 900

The new Santa Fe also boasts Hyundai’s five-year/150000km manufacturer’s warranty, plus a five-year/150000km roadside assistance and a five-year/90 000km service contract.

Service intervals are set every 15 000 km

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