See how crazy the 2021 Hyundai Tucson looks in metal

Updated Sep 29, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Arguably the best-looking Tucson to date.

Hyundai is undoubtedly on a roll with its vehicular production since the year started. It started from the advanced-looking 2021 Hyundai Elantra to the fourth-generation Hyundai Tucson. The all-new Tucson comes with a stunning exterior and interior design. Arguably, the 2021 Tucson is the best-looking version yet of this Korean compact crossover.

It certainly looks good on the photos but Asian Petrolhead shows us the design of the new Hyundai Tucson in the metal. Perhaps one of the most ambitious features the new Tucson has is found on its front fascia. The uniquely-designed LED headlights seamlessly blend with the crossover’s wide front grille.

Front view of a red Tucson

The Hyundai Tucson is now on its fourth generation [Photo: Asian Petrolhead]

Hyundai calls the grille and LED headlights combo “Parametric Hidden Lights.” As the name suggests, the LED headlights disappear and purposely blend with the shapes of the grille.

The new jewel-like grille and LED headlights are complemented well by the body lines that run through the hood. Moreover, the front end is also added with larger fog lamps as compared to the outgoing model.

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Going to the back, the Hyundai Tucson is equipped with a full-width LED lights which seem to be the trend in today’s time. The taillights are designed with an intense amount of details that look more aggressive than ever.

Inside, the new Tucson is installed with digital gauges and an infotainment screen that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The center console looks like it hosts a straight-line design that provides a minimalist look. Hyundai calls the interior “Interspace.”

Interior view of the Hyundai Tucson

The new Hyundai Tucson interior layout [Photo: Asian Petrolhead]

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Other interior features include two A/C vents and two fast-charging USB ports for the rear passengers, a panoramic sunroof, heated seats and steering wheel, and a button-type gear selector.

As for the paint options, the exterior will be offered with six different colors, namely white, silver, gray, amazon gray, phantom black, and crimson red. Meanwhile, the interior will be offered with three different colors, namely black, silver, and brown.

Rear view of the Hyundai Tucson

An awesome spaceship-looking rear LED lighting if you ask us [Photo: Asian Petrolhead]

Under the hood, Hyundai will reportedly offer a total of 12 engine choices. The Hyundai Tucson will be utilizing either a front-wheel-drive powertrain or an all-wheel-drive powertrain.

Both the gasoline and hybrid Tucson variants will be using a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, while the diesel Tucson variant will be using a larger 2.0-liter engine.

This crossover is also packed with safety features such as adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, lane keep assist, cross-traffic alert, 360-degree camera view, and more.

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Hyundai Tucson

<p>The Hyundai Tucson is a compact, five-door crossover with a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout. It can fit in up to five occupants including the driver, and it has a default cargo space of&nbsp;877-liters. For the Philippine market, the Hyundai-made model either gets a 2.0-liter inline-4 gasoline engine or a 2.0-liter turbodiesel inline-4. The gasoline engine option can make up to 155 horsepower and 192 Nm of torque. The diesel option can produce 185 horsepower and 402 Nm of torque. Only the entry-level GL 2.0 FWD MT is available with a six-speed manual transmission.The automatic gasoline variant uses a six-speed automatic gearbox, while the diesel variants come standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission.</p>

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Rex Sanchez

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Rex started off his career in the aviation industry before entering Philkotse as a staff writer. Two things excite him the most: first is staying up to speed with the latest news in the industry that uses engines as their heart and soul. The second is imparting them in a well-detailed manner. His passion for anything with wheels started when he was young – from Tamiyas to family-friendly sedans, and anything in between.

Someday, Rex only wishes to drive on random highways with friends in a third-gen Mitsubishi Delica with aftermarket sunroofs, if he couldn’t get the Starwagon Super Exceed edition.

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