The upcoming new-gen Hyundai Tucson is expected to launch by the second half of this year. The SUV employ significant design and feature updates.
Hyundai is planning to introduce the new-gen Tucson globally in mid-2020. The car has been snapped several times while getting tested on foreign land. Here, we have a new rendering based on the spy pics to show you what the all-new Hyundai Tucson could look like. The SUV borrows its styling cues from the Vision T concept which was showcased at the previous Los Angeles Auto Show. The spy pictures along with these new renderings suggest that the upcoming all-new Hyundai Tucson will acquire extensive design changes.
The all-new SUV will also be offered in 7-seat configuration
Based on the company’s latest design theme, the new-gen model will feature striking looks. The SUV will employ split headlights along with Hyundai’s signature cascading grille. Moreover, it will also get sleeker LED DRLs positioned on top, while the headlamps will be positioned on the bumper.
These styling changes will include a panoramic sunroof, connected LED taillights, new alloy wheels and vertically designed exhaust vents. The upcoming new-gen Hyundai Tucson will be bigger in dimensions and is expected to offer a more spacious cabin. Hyundai Motors is also planning to launch the long-wheelbase version of the SUV, which is expected to hit the Indian shores next year.
The new-gen Tucson has been spotted gertting tested on forign soil
The long-wheelbase trim will be offered in 7-seat configuration. The all-new SUV will compete with the likes of Honda CR-V and upcoming Jeep D-Low. The new-gen Hyundai Tucson was scheduled to be revealed at the Paris Motor Show but got delayed due to the ongoing unfavourable conditions that have affected the entire world. Hyundai is also working on the N-Performance trim of the SUV. The new-gen Hyundai Tucson N is expected to launch a few months after the debut of the regular version. The SUV will offer 340bhp of maximum power and sprint from 0-100 kmph in under six seconds.