2021 The new Hyundai Tucson has officially revealed its modern look


2021 The new Hyundai Tucson has officially revealed its modern look

As scheduled, the all-new Hyundai Tucson 2021 crossover car appeared officially on the Internet today, before it is available for sale in the global markets next year, 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 fleet in the US market, which is the second largest car market in the world after the Chinese market.

As it was assured us, the fourth generation of Hyundai Tucson cars has a revolutionary design inspired by its sister, the Hyundai Vision T test car that appeared last year, and to have a sharp exterior like the 2021 Hyundai Elantra sedan, and it has a distinctive front end with a giant grille that includes headlights on the sides. With LED lights, and below it comes a bumper bumper that contains ventilation holes, and from the sides we notice the bulging of the wheel arches, and from the back have modern design lights that connect with each other in an extended horizontal line and got a prominent air diffuser and a wide bumper and two exhaust outlets on the right side.

Radical changes continue to the interiors of the Korean competition for both; Toyota RAV4, Mazda CX-5, Nissan X-Trail, Honda CR-V and Kia Sportage.

We note that the cabin got a large 10.25-inch touch screen for the entertainment and information system that supports wirelessly Apple Car Play and Android Auto apps, the standard version is available with an 8-inch screen, and equipped with a digital instrument panel, and Hyundai has removed the traditional buttons for the air conditioning and heating systems. The interior of the new Tucson also got an ambient lighting system that provides 64 colors and 10 levels of brightness, and when the second row seats are folded, the rear storage space in the newest Hyundai 2021 cars reaches 1,095 liters.

*The new Hyundai Tucson 2021 relies on a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine running on petrol that produces 187 hp and 247 Newton meters of torque, associated with an 8-speed automatic transmission.

*It is available in a hybrid version that combines the work of a 4-cylinder 1.6-liter petrol engine with a turbo with an electric motor generating 227 hp and 350 Newton meters of torque, and it will be followed by a plug-in hybrid version charged with an electric socket that will be available on the Tucson 2022 car.