The new generation Hyundai Tucson crossover appeared on video

The premiere of the fourth generation SUV is scheduled for this year. The model not only radically changed externally, but also received a new technique. In addition, Tussan, most likely, turned into a full-fledged hybrid.

Camouflaged prototypes of the new generation Hyundai Tucson more than once fell into camera lenses. But if before photo spies literally had to chase cars, now test samples can easily be found in parking lots in Korea, so the network was flooded with videos with mini-reviews. One of these videos appeared on the carreport YouTube channel. By the way, to present what the serial model looks like, the author used, inter alia, designer images.

In general, Hyundai hinted at the appearance of the next Tussan last year with the help of the Vision T. show car. The SUV, apparently, retained the general concept: the crossover received a two-tier head optics, a wide radiator grille with an intricate pattern and rimmed wheel arches. The stern is still reliably disguised, however, the taillights are probably connected by a luminous strip, according to the current fashion. As a result, the crossover looks much more aggressive than its predecessor.

Meanwhile, the interior of the new Tucson has recently lit up, the pictures were at the disposal of the publication KoreanCarBlog. Inside – a steering wheel, like the latest Hyundai Elantra, unusual analogue scales (apparently, the photo shows a crossover in the basic or medium configuration, while the top version got a digital “tidy”). In addition, the SUV does not have a traditional lever box, instead of it seems to be a keypad.

The “fourth” Hyundai Tucson is built on a new platform. According to unofficial data, a 2.5 petrol turbo engine will enter the engine range, plus the model is likely to receive a hybrid installation (the former Tussan has only a “soft hybrid” version). And the crossover may appear seven-seat modification.

Hyundai Tucson

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