Hyundai Tucson worth in India, facelift launch timeline, characteristic upgrades
Refreshed Tucson will get minor design tweaks inside out.
Shortly after the Tucson facelift was spied undisguised, Hyundai has formally revealed the up to date SUV. We can verify that Hyundai will deliver the facelifted mannequin to India subsequent 12 months; the current-gen Tucson launched here in August 2022.
- Refreshed Tucson will get minor styling tweaks
- Interior sees some ergonomic upgrades
- No powertrain modifications introduced
Hyundai Tucson facelift: exterior and inside
Hyundai says the Tucson facelift has a “more refined” aesthetic that brings it according to the model’s new Parametric Dynamics design language, as seen on the latest-gen Kona (not on sale in India) and the all-new Santa Fe SUV, which made its world debut earlier this 12 months.
The Tucson facelift encompasses a redesigned entrance grille, skid plates on the entrance and rear to stress its width, barely restyled headlights and a brand new alloy wheel design.
On the within, the infotainment touchscreen and driver’s show at the moment are built-in right into a slick, curved one-piece panel behind a new-look steering wheel that has a a lot cleaner design. Additionally, the centre console has been tidied up and there is a new haptic management stack for varied capabilities, however bodily heater dials make a return in a bid for enhanced usability on the transfer. The slimmer centre stack has additionally made room for a bigger cupboard space in entrance of the centre console.
Hyundai Tucson facelift: powertrain choices
As far because the powertrain goes, there aren’t any modifications anticipated, which implies the Tucson will proceed with its current powertrain choices, relying available on the market. In India, the Tucson will get 2.0-litre petrol in addition to diesel engines.
The petrol engine is a four-cylinder, naturally aspirated unit that additionally used to see obligation on the Alcazar, producing 156hp and 192Nm of torque, and is mated to a 6-speed computerized gearbox. This engine has now been changed by a 1.5-litre, 160hp turbo-petrol engine on the Alcazar, so it stays to be seen whether or not Hyundai continues to supply it on the Tucson facelift for our market.
Meanwhile, the two.0-litre diesel engine churns out 186hp and 416Nm of torque, and is mated to an 8-speed computerized gearbox. There is not any guide gearbox on supply, however the SUV comes with AWD with multi-terrain modes (Snow, Mud and Sand) as an possibility on the highest diesel variant.
Hyundai Tucson facelift: India launch particulars
In India, the Tucson rivals the likes of the Volkswagen Tiguan and Skoda Kodiaq. Expect extra particulars on the up to date SUV for India to be revealed when it goes on sale in our market subsequent 12 months.