On 14 July New Hyundai Tucson will launch on the Indian market. February saw the introduction of the Hyundai Tucson Facelift at Auto Expo. Hyundai’s SUV was expected to debut much earlier but due to the corona virus outbreak, its debut was postponed. The new Tuson isn’t much different from the old model as regards design. The styling stays the same overall. The revised model gets new cascading grille from Hyundai, new headlight and taillight packages, and redesigned front and rear bumpers to give it a fresh look.
The biggest change in the dashboard style came while thinking about the interior. It has a revised dashboard and a new 8-inch freestanding infotainment touchscreen interface. The infotainment system comes with BlueLink technology linked to Hyundai ‘s vehicle. Features such as wireless mobile charger, panoramic sunroof and electric front passenger seat adjustment will be eligible for the new Tuson.
Hyundai Tuson facelift will have options for both the diesel and petrol engines. It has a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder petrol engine which generates power of 150hp and torque of 192Nm. The diesel model is powered by a turbo-diesel engine with 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder, producing 182hp power and 400Nm torque.