The Hyundai Tucson 2019 facelift has been launched just 2 months ago, simultaneously with the upgraded Honda CR-V’s debut at New York International Auto Show 2018. Now, the good news is that the 183 hp 2.0L turbo-diesel powertrain will be offered a 48V mild hybrid system. It includes a 0.44 kWh lithium-ion battery, a low-voltage DC/DC converter, a mild hybrid starter generator and an inverter, along with a 16 hp electric boost for difficult acceleration.
The engine will work in conjunction with a standard 6-speed manual transmission and a new optional automatic gearbox, driven by a 4-wheel drive system.
The 183 hp 2.0L turbo-diesel powertrain will be offered a 48V mild hybrid system
The engine will work in conjunction with a standard 6-speed manual transmission
Besides, the new system is also equipped with a fresh 1.6L Smart Stream turbodiesel which can produce 113 hp and 131 hp, combined with a 6-manual transmission and driven by a standard front-wheel drive system. The greater-powered variant of the Hyundai Tucson 2019 facelift receives a dual-clutch 7-speed transmission and an optional 4-wheel drive. Meanwhile, the petrol engines don’t receive any updates. All engines come standard with the updated Euro 6c emissions.
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The mild hybrid system is also equipped with a fresh 1.6L Smart Stream turbodiesel which can produce 113 hp and 131 hp
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Updates in the exterior come with new Cascading grille, refreshed tail light graphics, a glossier air intake style, a fresh exhaust muffler and a redesigned bumper. The interior is also upgraded with an all-new dashboard, a “floating” infotainment screen, a Krell advanced audio system and a 3D navigation system.
Other additional features of the Hyundai Tucson 2019 facelift contains the SmartSense suite of Hyundai and a USB charging port at the rear.
The interior is also upgraded with an all-new dashboard design, a 3D navigation system
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