Hyundai does not offer any information on the sporty Tucson N Line.

Hyundai does not offer any information on the sporty Tucson N Line.

November 10, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The press service of the South Korean brand has published a teaser for the powerful Tucson N Line crossover. These are the first official images of the new 2022 model year.

In September, Hyundai announced its heavily modified 2022 Tucson crossover. The appearance of the novelty was bold, to put it mildly, in particular, such an effect was achieved thanks to the use of sharp lines and a large “toothy” false radiator grille. The Tucson is a key vehicle in Hyundai’s lineup and we now have official confirmation that a sportier version of this model is coming soon, which will receive the N Line designation.

Hyundai does not offer any information on the sporty Tucson N Line.

In the end, these are just teaser images of the novelty, but they do give us an idea of ​​what we should expect. We see a new front bumper that is now slightly lower, with a large lower grille that reflects the design of the upper. There are also small changes to the large corner headlights with some sculpture that adds a bit of aggression to the car. The rear changes are easier to see through the pronounced rear diffuser in the larger bumper. It seems that the trapezoidal side elements of the exhaust system have also acquired an oval shape.

As far as mechanical changes go, this is still a mystery. Before the updated Tucson, there were rumors that the N Line version would get a hybrid engine with a combined power of 230 horsepower, but this motor actually debuted on the regular Tucson. It was rumored that the Tucson N was coming soon with a 2.5-liter turbocharged 290 hp engine. Perhaps he can go to the N-Line. There were also rumors about the emergence of a more powerful performance of Tucson N.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Hyundai has published prices for the “charged” Sonata N Line 2021. The press service of the South Korean brand has published a price list for the “charged” sedan Hyundai Sonata N Line 2021 model year. The most powerful version of the novelty can be purchased at a bargain price.