Hyundai has finally unveiled the all-new Tucson. This is the fourth generation of the SUV and it is bigger and wider than its predecessors. The Tucson has been the brand's best selling model globally and now it looks set to conquer the Middle East market as well.
The Tucson has DRLs which have a parametric jewel design. A new grille and bumper give the Tucson a clean and elegant look. Hyundai claim that the Tucson has a 'Sensuous Sportiness' design identity.
At the back the Tucson has smart-looking blade-like tail lights and 'voluminous rear wheel arches'. The Tucson has enhanced safety thanks to SmartSense technology and also has all-wheel drive.
Inside you will find a 10.25 inch touch-screen which gives access to goodies like navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and ambient lighting. Talking of which, the Tucson has 64 different colours for ambient lighting which can be altered.
The Tucson also has Bose sound system, Smart Cruise Control, wireless smartphone charging, and a power tailgate. The boot has 620 litres of cargo capacity.
Engine-wise you have the option of a petrol or diesel engine. The Smartstream G2.0 has around 155 horsepower on offer while the 1.6T-GDI packs 180 horsepower. The Smartstream 1.6 and 2.5 Diesel engine are also available.
Bang Sun Jeong, Vice President, Head of the Middle East & Africa Operation at Hyundai, said: "Pushing the boundaries of the segment to reinvent just about everything and by utilising the best technologies, we have created an extraordinary car that is eye-catching, strong, robust, spacious, versatile and energetic. With a wide array of significant improvements, we are confident the all-new Tucson will exceed our customers' expectations.”