New Hyundai Tucson facelift is all set to hit the Indian shores on 14th July 2020. The updated SUV will feature subtle cosmetic updates on outside and inside.
The Korean automaker Hyundai showcased the new Tucson facelift early this year at the 2020 Auto Expo. The updated Hyundai SUV was slated to get introduced a few months back but got delayed due to the ongoing situation. Now, the SUV is all set to hit the Indian shores on 14th July 2020. The launch of the SUV will take place through a digital press conference. The new SUV has already started reaching the dealership floors. Here’s a new video uploaded by a YouTube channel named as Dennis Kalyana which shows the first look video of the 2020 Hyundai Tucson. The 2020 Hyundai Tucson will be offered in two different trim levels namely- GL Option and GLS. Both the models will be offered with BS6-compliant petrol and diesel engine.
As one can see in the video, the new model will feature some changes in styling as compared to the outgoing model. One of the most striking changes in design is the employment of a huge cascading grille upfront. The SUV will also get the revised bumper design on both the ends along with new headlamps and taillights. On the side, the 2020 Hyundai Tucson will feature a blacked-out B-pillar along with a new set of alloy wheels. The upcoming Hyundai SUV will stand 195mm above the ground and have a wheelbase of 2,670mm. The cabin of the 2020 Tucson gets some new features along with a revised colour scheme. The 2020 model sports a new dashboard design along and an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Hyundai BlueLink connected car technology.
The new Hyundai Tucson will be propelled by a petrol and diesel engine
Moreover, the SUV will come loaded with features like a wireless smartphone charging pad, electrically adjustable front seats, a multi-function steering wheel and a panoramic sunroof. In terms of safety, the SUV will get 6 airbags, front and rear parking sensors and ABS with EBD. The 2020 Hyundai Tucson will be powered by 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engine. The former puts out power and torque outputs of 150bhp and 192 Nm while the latter develops 182bhp and 400 Nm. Transmission duties will be done by an automatic gearbox.