As the testing phase of a new product progresses, car manufacturers generally begin to eliminate camouflage piece by piece. However, Hyundai saw the need to add more camouflage to the new generation of Tucson, since the compact SUV was seen driving at temperatures below zero.
However, from a visual point of view, there is nothing new to report, but we know from firsts, reports and even previous statements that it will represent an important deviation from its predecessor.
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A bolder grille, thinner headlights and an angled roof line behind the B-pillars, as well as strong lines and wrinkles, will help you stand out in this department and seemingly “scare” the viewers, according to the design vice president of The company, Sangyup Lee. .
We still have to take a look at the cabin, but updates should include a redesigned dashboard panel, new upholstery, colors and the latest technology equipment. In other places, users will continue to enjoy the usual comforts that are required of a compact 21st-century SUV and should be recommended to upgrade to higher versions to obtain features such as heated and ventilated front seats, leather upholstery and navigation by satelite.
The Hyundai Tucson 2021 is expected to be presented later this year, with different engines adjusted to each market. North America, for example, will probably get the 2.5-liter Theta3 engine, in naturally aspirated and turbocharged versions, combined with an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Europe, on the other hand, will probably have to settle for the 1.6-liter GDI four-cylinder unit, the turbo four 1.6-liter T-GDI, a diesel and perhaps a hybrid, with the 2.0 GDi HEV found in the new Sonata being the Possible candidate for the job. All-wheel drive will be optional at certain equipment levels.