2021 Hyundai Tucson Premium SUV Unveiled, Gets stylish bold design and receives more tech in and out

2021 Hyundai Tucson Premium SUV Unveiled, Gets stylish bold design and receives more tech in and out

by admin | September 17, 2020

4th Generation All New Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai Motor Company has unveiled their next generation All-new Tucson SUV on 14th September. The Tucson has been one among their most popular products and the new model is expected to attract even more customers through its cutting-edge design, class leading digital capabilities, dynamic ride and handling and excellent fuel efficiency. This here is a quick walkthrough on the highlights of this new Tucson SUV.


       The new Hyundai Tucson, sports a unique and radical design language. On the front fascia, the Tucson features the new “Parametric Hidden Lights” design, in which the headlamps blend in with the Jewel-like cascading grille itself. The 2021 Tucson will be longer and wider than the current model. The sides have sharp, dynamic creases lending the SUV a much more athletic stance. The roof line features Chrome mouldings which flow from the A pillar to the tailgate whereas the LED Tail lamps are connected by long LED bar. The new Tucson also receives unique looking 18 & 19” alloy wheels.


       The new Hyundai Tucson’s INTERSPACE interior features a design layout similar to the Hyundai Creta, with a wraparound design and waterfall like center console. The Tucson also receives soft touch premium materials all around.

The interior is expected to sport a flowing cockpit theme while being loaded with features.

 Here's an extensive list of features on the new Tucson:

  • 10.25” touchscreen system

  • BOSE surround sound

  • Blue link connectivity

  • Fully digital Hoodless instrument cluster

  • Hyundai digital key

  • Dual zone auto climate control

  • Multi Air Ventilation system

  • 64 colour Ambient lighting

  • Leather upholstery

  • Ventilated seats

  • Split folding & tumbling rear seats

  • Panoramic sunroof

  • Electronic Parking brake

  • 7 airbags

  • Traction drive modes

The Tucson will also feature an extensive list of safety features:

  • Highway Driving Assist

  • Forward Collision Avoidance Assist

  • Lane keeping Assist

  • Lane Following Assist

  • Blind Spot View Monitor

  • Surround View Monitor

  • Reverse parking collision avoidance assist

  • Remote Smart Park Assist

  • High Beam Assist

  • Driver Attention Warning

  • Advanced Smart Cruise control

  • Safe Exit warning


       The new Tucson will be available with two petrol engine options. The 2.5L Smartstream Gasoline Direct Injection engine produces 190PS Power & 247NM torque through an 8 Speed automatic transmission. The 1.6L hybrid powertrain on the other hand produces a combined output of 230PS & 347NM.

The Tucson will also be available with Hyundai's HTRAC all-wheel-drive system with multiple drive modes; Eco, Comfort, Smart, Sport, Mud, Sand & Snow.

Launch & price:

       The all-new Tucson goes on sale in Korea in September as a 2021 model. It will go on sale in the U.S. and other global markets as a 2022 model starting from the first half of 2021.

:      Compact SUV
:      Hyundai

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