This is our first have a look at the subsequent technology Hyundai Tucson in some fairly insightful teaser pictures. It’s anticipated to make its official debut on September 14th, however we acquired a little bit glimpse of the compact crossover at present.
Probably the most noticeable facet of the Tucson is undoubtedly its lighting. Hyundai calls the lighting “Parametric Hidden Lights”. The hidden a part of it are the daytime working lights within the grille. With the lights off, you haven’t any concept that they’re precise lights as they mix in seamlessly with the grid. When the lights are on they’re daring, distinctive and fairly noticeable. The general design of the grille is paying homage to the brand new Elantra, however the lights go a step additional.
Based on Hyundai, the brand new Tucson is bigger and wider than the earlier mannequin and can be supplied in several wheelbases relying in the marketplace. Particular US market info was not taken under consideration within the Hyundai press convention. The rear design with its technically superior LED lights is equally placing. It contains a full-width taillight design and a contrasting rear pillar colour. Hyundai is unquestionably aiming for the shock and awe issue with this design, and we’re already a bit stunned. Nevertheless, it is a nice technique to stand out in a completely saturated compact crossover house.
The final ingredient we’ll discover about this teaser is the only indoor shot. It seems like an idea, however we think about that this design offers clues as to what the manufacturing mannequin will appear to be. We will see giant horizontal screens, haptic contact buttons, and a push-button shifter design. The look is much extra upscale and minimalist than the present Tucson and we like what we see.
Should you’re in search of particulars concerning the drivetrains and platform, you will have to attend a number of weeks for the right reveal. We’ll have the entire Tucson info by the night of September 14th. A brief teaser video (under) offers you one other have a look at the automotive.