Hyundai is set to unveil the fourth-generation India-spec Tucson on July 13, ahead of its launch sometime in August. The car is expected to take over as the flagship SUV manufactured by the Korean company and will be placed above the Hyundai Alcazar. The new Hyundai Tucson will come in a new design scheme that inspired the new facelift version of the Hyundai Alcazar and Hyundai Venue. The design scheme based on parametric dynamics has some very noticeable features like a large grille with integrated DRLs, paired with split headlamp arrangement.
The body also hints at the plan with some very sharp cuts and creases along the edges. There are pointed LED tail lamps at the rear of the vehicle which give it a personal appeal.
Hyundai Tucson has made quite an impact in the global market where it offers two wheelbase options to its customers – 2680 mm shorter and 2756 mm longer. As per the images that have surfaced online, the India-spec Hyundai Tucson will get a longer wheelbase variant, which will promise a sleeker look to the SUV.
The interiors of the car get a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen panel along with the instrument cluster of similar dimensions. The Tucson is reported to have a drive-by-wire, button-operated gear selector. Other features of the car include climate control, ventilated seats, an air purifier, connected technology and a panoramic sunroof.
While the details are yet to be revealed, the fourth generation Hyundai Tucson is believed to have the same engine specifications as the current model. The car is expected to be offered in a 2-litre diesel engine producing 186PS of maximum power and 417Nm, and a naturally aspirated 2-litre petrol powertrain churning out 156PS of maximum power and maximum torque. 192nm.
The price of the new generation Hyundai Tucson is expected to start from Rs. 24 lakhs.
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