Hyundai revived the Tucson badge when it replaced the ix35 SUV, and the new model is a big step forwards. It has a sharp design and plentiful interior space that makes it a hit with families.
The new Hyundai Tucson will be equipped with a fuel-efficient 48V mild hybrid powertrain. It is the first model in the company’s line-up – and one of the first in the industry – to offer the new technology. It will be launched across Europe in the summer. In addition to the upgraded powertrain portfolio, all Tucson engines meet the new Euro 6d Temp emission standards. The New Tucson also offers a major design update and wider range of advanced technology and convenience features.
At the 2018 New York International Auto Show, Hyundai Motor is celebrating the world premiere of the updated Hyundai Tucson. The Hyundai Tucson has been Hyundai’s best-selling car in the UK and Europe since its launch in 2015. Designed and built in Europe, Hyundai’s new compact SUV enters the market with refreshed design, a revised powertrain line-up and more advanced technology and convenience features.
Hyundai Motor UK is now offering its best-selling model, the Hyundai Tucson compact SUV, with a fifth powertrain option.
Hyundai’s All New Tucson compact SUV, introduced at the tail end of last year, will now offer a sixth powertrain option in the shape of an efficient 1.7-litre diesel with seven-speed double clutch transmission.
Hyundai Motor’s new compact SUV, the All-New Tucson, received the maximum five-star safety rating from independent vehicle assessment organisation, Euro NCAP.
Hyundai Motor UK has today revealed All-New Tucson’s extremely competitive residual values, ahead of its official on-sale date of 3rd September
With its worldwide public debut just weeks away at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the All-New Hyundai Tucson is set to redefine the Hyundai brand’s C-SUV offering – featuring the highest levels of design, quality and technology which are poised to lead the segment.