The new Hyundai Tucson captured on testsMay 12, 2020
The latest Hyundai Tucson spy shots of 2021 show that the compact SUV is losing a bit of its camouflage, revealing the metal body for the first time.
Behind us for the first time showed what the taillights look like. We also have access to the design of the rear lights, which is not like anything that we saw earlier on the car. Also visible is a red bar between two lighting elements. In the early spy photos, this part, which is located above the license plate, was not available. However, the rear still has enough camouflage that hides most of what it looks like.
The exterior will receive a design with divided headlights, daytime running lights located high on the front panel, and the headlights are mounted lower in the bumper.
The car will be driven by the company’s 2.5-liter Theta3 four-cylinder unit, which works together with an eight-speed automatic transmission in the United States. We believe that it should appear sometime this year in the 2021 model year.
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