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      New India-bound Hyundai Tucson unveil tomorrow

      Gajanan Kashikar

      Gajanan Kashikar

      Hyundai, the South Korean automaker, has set the stage for the unveiling of Tucson in India, scheduled for tomorrow. The Tucson received a fourth-generation update in late 2020, bringing in a completely overhauled exterior and interior design along with new features. 

      The exterior design of the new-gen Tucson is a part of Hyundai’s new design language, called Sensuous Sportiness. It comes with a new large radiator grille, named the ‘3D parametric-style grille’, featuring ‘jewel-like surfaces’ with concealed daytime running lights. Then, other design elements such as cuts and creases, sharp shoulder lines, rear LED light bar, and somewhat square-shaped wheel arches further highlight Tucson’s exterior. 

      Moreover, the Global NCAP has awarded a five-star safety rating to Tucson in its crash test. Notably, Hyundai offers the new Tucson with a choice of standard wheelbase and long wheelbase guises in some international markets. 

      The completely overhauled interior of the Tucson comes equipped with a new steering wheel, a colour TFT driver display, and a dashboard-mounted infotainment touchscreen. Other highlights of the cabin include ventilated seats, wireless charging pad, electronic parking brake, multi-zone temperature control, front, side, and curtain airbags, and an electric sunroof.

      Hyundai offers a variety of powertrain options with Tucson in some international markets, including 1.5-litre petrol, 1.6-litre turbo-petrol, 2.0-litre petrol, 2.5-litre turbo-petrol, and even a 1.6-litre petrol hybrid engine in HEV and PHEV versions. That said, the India-spec new Tucson might get the same powertrain as its predecessor.

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