Next-Gen India-Bound Hyundai Tucson Detailed in a Walkaround Video

by Jatin Chhibber | 04/04/2020
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A detailed walkaround video gives us a good look at the India-bound new-gen Hyundai Tucson, which was showcased by Hyundai at the 2019 LA Auto Show

A YouTuber named as Carreport has recently shared a walkaround video of the India-bound new-gen Hyundai Tucson. The walkaround video gives us the most detailed look of the new SUV. The new-gen Hyundai Tucson was showcased by Hyundai at the 2019 LA Auto Show. 

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Like every other latest Hyundai vehicle, the SUV features a sizeable front-end. Upfront, the SUV gets a new signature Parametic radiator grille, sleek LED headlights and four parking sensors. The side profile of the next-gen Hyundai Tucson employs more angular wheel arches, dual-tone alloy wheels and sleek side mirrors. The roofline of the SUV looks quite similar to those of the ongoing model. The rear section of the car gets newly designed connected taillamps along with higher number plate housing.

Inside, the new-gen Hyundai Tucson employs a fully digital instrument console, a new touchscreen infotainment system with connected features, a classier and practical dashboard along with newly designed steering wheel with audio and voice controls. The ongoing Hyundai Tucson is offered in 5-seater configuration, but we expect the next-gen model will be offered in 5-seat and 7-seat seating layout. Moreover, the all-new SUV is expected to be offered with full-hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrain options. The carmaker has already confirmed that they’ll manufacture the new-gen Tucson in India. This simply means that the all-new SUV will be much cheaper as compared to the ongoing model. One can expect the starting price of the all-new Hyundai Tucson to be Rs 15 lakhs (Ex-showroom). 

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In other news, the Korean carmaker will also launch the new-gen Hyundai Elantra in the Indian market by 2021. The updated model has also gained a new hybrid version. The executive sedan derives power from a 1.6-litre, GDI Atkinson-cycle, four-cylinder, petrol motor paired with a 32 kW lithium-ion battery pack. Once launched, the all-new sedan will compete with the likes of Honda Civic and Skoda Octavia.

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