Hyundai Tucson of the new generation went to the tests without front camouflageAugust 27, 2019
The next-generation Hyundai Tucson, which continues to be actively tested, began to lose its once-very-dense camouflage. In the latest spy shots, the manufacturer “exposed” the grille.
A fresh batch of spy shots, published on the eve of thekoreancarblog portal, allows us to see the exterior details of the novelty previously hidden under a dense protective film. For the next test drive, a new generation of Hyundai Tucson was sent in light camouflage, which made the photos on the Network more informative. For example, these images in all their glory appear a new intricate radiator grille and a number of large sections. Its final design is still difficult to imagine, but experts suggest that in the new version it will become more aggressive.
Headlights have become smaller and more accurate, while receiving sharper features. Hyundai also decided to experiment with their shape, moving away from the rectangle typical of the same Hyundai Palisade.
With the change of generation, the compact Hyundai Tucson crossover will receive a completely new 2.5-liter Theta3 engine, combined with 8AKPP. The plans of the Korean brand are to use Theta3 N / A & Turbo with a displacement of 2.5 liters as the “base” engine in the American car market. It is known that the novelty will get on the conveyor of the Alabama factory, where three Hyundai models are already produced – Santa Fe, Sonata and Elantra.
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