Hyundai New Tucson, whose first images were shared in the past months, finally introduced the N Line version. Holding the title of the best-selling Hyundai model in Europe, Tucson now adds more sporty details to its stylish and modern appearance.
The new Tucson N Line has sharp lines, right angles and distinct transitions, just like the standard model. Standing out with parametric patterns, the brand's new design language, the Tucson N Line creates a very strong impression, especially with its front section.
The majestic stance of the Tucson N Line comes from the brand's “Sensuous Sportiness” design identity. Supporting its sporty appearance with impressive performance elements, the front bumper with wide air intake, glossy black parametric grille, N Line logos, diffuser rear bumper, aerodynamic trunk spoiler, dual outlet exhaust silencer, body-colored fender covers, 19-inch wheels, compared to the standard model a lower and wider stance draws attention. The Tucson N Line, which will be available in seven different body colors, will be optionally available with a glossy black roof color option.
Tucson N Line continues its dynamic design in its interior. The sophisticated and spacious cabin features fluid design features. The changes that traditionally started with the N Line logos are followed by the sporty steering wheel, sports seats with the N Line logo and red stitched suede / leather upholstery. The black headlining used in the interior, which is supported by chrome and metal accessories, also doubles the sportiness.
Tucson N Line is a model developed and tested entirely in Europe. For this reason, it is primarily produced by considering the expectations of the customers in the region. Hyundai Tucson N Line, which reinforces its claim with its high-level driving characteristics as well as its sporty appearance, is equipped with an Electronically Controlled Suspension system for superior road holding. Thanks to ESC, driving dynamics can be adapted automatically according to the road and usage style. This suspension, which reacts instantaneously according to the speed and driving conditions, reduces swaying, horizontal and vertical movements by controlling the damping force on each wheel, especially in bends. Developed by engineers at Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center (HMETC), this system provides even more driving pleasure in line with the sporty appearance of the vehicle.
As in the current version, the N Line also features motors with various powers for both power and efficiency. Equipped with five different Hyundai Smartstream engines for maximum efficiency, the car has a volume of only 1.6 liters. The most striking unit among these engines, which differ according to the sales strategies and customer preferences of the countries, is undoubtedly the 1.6-liter Plug-in Hybrid with 265 PS. There is another hybrid version of the same engine with 230 PS, while there are also 48 or 180 PS options equipped with 150V Mild Hybrid. Turbocharged, petrol-powered 1.6 T-GDI option, which is not supported by electrification, produces 150 PS, while the 136 horsepower 1.6-liter diesel unit is equipped with 48V Mild Hybrid technology.
The new Tucson N Line will be available in Europe from the second quarter of 2021. Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid versions will take their place in showrooms in summer.
- 1,6 T-GDI Plug-in Hybrid (265 PS)
- 1,6 T-GDI Hybrid (230 PS)
- 1.6 T-GDI 48V MHEV (180 or 150 PS)
- 1,6 T-GDI (150 PS)
- 1,6 CRDi 48V MHEV (136 PS)