Marion-area drivers interested in the 2021 Hyundai Tucson compact crossover may qualify for affordable Hyundai lease and finance incentives. The bonnet structure, bodily creases and the rear have also been redesigned with unique design traits.
As before, the new Tucson continues to be a 5-seat SUV, and in terms of features, it packs wireless smartphone charging, a panoramic sunroof, air purifier, 64-colour ambient lighting, 360-degree cameras, memory function for the driver's seat, powered controls for the rear seat passenger to adjust the front passenger's seat, rear AC vents, a digital key (which lets owners unlock the auto with their smartphone), BlueLink connected vehicle features, voice recognition, a dash cam and a Bose sound system, to name a few.
Other NHTSA documents indicate Hyundai is aware of 12 engine-compartment fires related to this defect: nine in model year 2019 vehicles, two in 2020 and a single fire in a 2021 Tucson. Here in the States, we'll only get the long-wheelbase version when the next Tucson goes on sale in the first half of 2021.
Tucson's new exterior styling expresses Hyundai's evolving Sensuous Sportiness design identity. It will be paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission system. A sportier N Line performance version of the new Tucson will be announced at a later date.
The 2022 Tucson will be available in three engine configurations, including a naturally aspirated ICE, hybrid, and a plug-in hybrid.
The fourth-generation Tucson SUV comes with a 1.6-liter gasoline turbocharged engine, a 1.6 turbocharged gasoline hybrid engine or a 2.0 diesel engine, the company said in a statement. It also produces 264Nm of torque from the petrol engine and 348Nm of torque from the combined hybrid powertrain, though this is still under consideration for New Zealand. The engines also get the world's first Continuously Variable Valve Duration technology, or in short optimizing power and efficiency by varying valve timing.
If the exterior draws you in, it has to be handsome - and futuristic.
Along the sides, we can see square wheel arch cladding, sharp shoulder line that starts from the front doors and ends at the taillights and a similar crease that begins at the bottom of the door only to join the shoulder line before the rear door grab handles.
Meanwhile, the Tucson's HTRAC all-wheel-drive system is equipped with Mud, Sand and Snow modes along with the conventional Eco, Comfort, Smart and Sport selections. The front grille and how the half-mirror type DRLs are incorporated with it is very striking. However, the automaker has brought some additional features to the upcoming model. With the Car-to-home feature, customers can control smart home appliances from the vehicle. This is quite helpful in case you forgot to switch off your home lights or AC; with this feature, you can do that directly from your vehicle. Hyundai, however, hasn't revealed the battery capacity and the range for the Tucson plug-in hybrid.