The next-generation Hyundai Tucson is on its way to debut, with the appearance that would make us “freak out.”
The carmaker plans to launch the SUV into production in August 2020, as a recent roadmap of the Ulsan factory shows.
It is possible, of course, but only in case that the COVID-19 will leave the world alone. If the Tucson NX4 goes into production according to the timetable, the official debut will be a few weeks earlier.
There are several new renderings with polarizing design, which could entertain us, while we are waiting for the premiere. Hyundai promises the new Tucson will be “very interesting visually.”
As already confirmed, the new-gen model will have hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants. In addition, the company plans a hot and fast N model with at least 340 hp.
It will likely arrive in the second half of next year or early 2022. A warm N Line version already exists in some markets (upper picture).
The current Hyundai Tucson costs between $23,550-33,300. Among its flaws experts name uninspiring engine options, lower fuel economy estimates than rivals, below-average cargo space.