A new generation of Hyundai Tucson will be able to overcome the terrain?October 5, 2019
During the test races, a prototype of the next generation South Korean compact crossover Hyundai Tucson was noticed. From the photo you can see that the car is slowly losing camouflage, so you can better consider the new product.
Hyundai recently introduced a restyled version of the Tucson compact crossover as the 2019 model year version, but we have seen prototypes of a completely new generation of the popular South Korean SUV more than once.
In the “freshest” at the moment series of “spy” images, we see that the test car already has less camouflage than before – you can see the new cascading false radiator grille and the entire front panel.
We do not yet have official information about the composition of the motor range and the platform used – insiders inform us that the new product will receive a new Theta3 engine with a working volume of 2.5 liters. Power will be transmitted either to the front wheels or to all four at once through an 8-speed automatic transmission, and a plug-in hybrid power plant will also be offered to customers. The published video gives us the opportunity to see how the new Hyundai Tucson can cope with a little off-road – the driver of the test car notices journalists on the road and makes a quick 180-degree turn. This confirms that the next generation Tucson will have a good suspension, which is designed not only for urban conditions.
Take a look at the video – does the novelty have three passenger rows? We have heard more than once that such a performance of a car has a place to be, but most likely, such a version will be offered for “selected” countries. It is expected that the official debut of the crossover will take place later next year.
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