The Tucson will be available in two variants – Platinum and Signature, and two engine options – 2.0L Petrol and a 2.0L Diesel.
Hyundai has postponed the launch of the fourth-generation Tucson to August 10, 2022. The SUV was initially scheduled to go on sale on August 4.
Hyundai had opened bookings for the Tucson on July 18. The SUV will be available in two variants – Platinum and Signature.
The new Tucson features Hyundai’s Parametric design with half-mirror type daytime running lights integrated into the grille and LED headlamps placed on the front bumper. The rear of the car features a full-width LED light bar with triangular tail lamp clusters.
The Tucson gets a dual-tone interior with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment head-unit and a digital instrument cluster of the same size. It also gets Hyundai’s new 4-spoke steering wheel. The car comes equipped with Level 2 ADAS, which includes features like forward collision warning, blind-spot assist, lane keep assist, rear cross-traffic alert and more.
The Tucson is powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine that makes 154 BHP and 192 Nm and a 2.0-litre diesel that makes 183 BHP and 416 Nm. While the former comes with a 6-speed automatic, the diesel engine is paired with 8-speed automatic transmission. The all-wheel drive version comes with three terrain modes – Snow, Mud and Sand.