As scheduled, the all-new 2021 Hyundai Tucson crossover appeared officially on the Internet today, before it becomes available for sale in the global markets next year, God willing.
Considering the global pandemic, Hyundai revealed the new Tucson online, inviting everyone who is interested in finding out Hyundai’s most progressive crossover ever.
Tucson is an important model for Hyundai Motors, as it is the best-selling crossover car and the second best-selling car in the Korean manufacturer’s line up in the US market, which is the second-largest car market in the world after the Chinese market.
As was obvious to us, the fourth generation of Hyundai Tucson cars has a revolutionary design inspired by its sister, the Hyundai Vision T concept car that appeared last year, and it has a sharp exterior, just like its sedan sibling, the 2021 Hyundai Elantra.
Tucson is designed to appeal to those who embrace the integration of technologies with their lifestyle; these tech-savvy consumers adopt the latest gadgets to enhance their lives. Tucson’s integration of technology and design is most evident in its innovative half-mirror type daytime running lamps (DRLs) that are assimilated seamlessly within the parametric grille, only revealed when illuminated.
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Radical changes continue in the interiors of the Korean car that competes with Toyota RAV4, Mazda CX-5, Nissan X-Trail, Honda CR-V, and Kia Sportage.
The interior offers three new technologies, including a vertically stacked, dual 10.25-inch full-touch screen exempt of hard buttons, a multi-air ventilation system, and an open, hoodless digital gauge cluster. These features create a high-tech, fresh, and exciting ambiance, with cushioned materials on high-touch areas, various material applications based on the frequency of interface, and a premium presence. Tucson’s second-row seats will feature fold-and-dive functionality for optimized reconfiguration capability between passengers and cargo. Its cargo volume will provide an exceptional 1,095 liter of usable space.
The new 2021 Hyundai Tucson is powered by a 4-cylinder 2.5-liter petrol engine that produces 187 hp and 247 Newton meters of torque, connected to an 8-speed automatic transmission.
And it will be available in a hybrid version that combines a turbocharged 4-cylinder 1.6-liter petrol engine with an electric motor, generating 227 hp and 350 Newton meters of torque, and it will be followed by a plug-in hybrid version in 2022 model.