Recently, Hyundai has published the first photos of the updated Hyundai Tucson N Line 2019. Although the Korean carmaker didn’t give any confirmation about the teased car’s name but the ‘N Line’ badging at the front fascia has told us all. The N Line of Hyundai is said to stand for the Nurburgring and Hyundai’s test center in Namyang, South Korea.
Recently, Hyundai has published the first photos of the updated Tucson N Line 2019
Last month, the Elantra GT N Line was also revealed and the updated Tucson N Line could be also offered exclusive N Line goodies including stickier tires, a unique N Line Cascading front grille, blacked-out side mirror caps and larger alloy wheels.
Besides, the interior also receives slight changes consisting of a leather gear selector decorated with red contrast stitching and metal accents, which is similar to the Elantra GT N Line.
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The interior also receives slight changes consisting of a leather gear selector
Other details haven’t been disclosed yet. However, Hyundai did reveal that the Hyundai Tucson N Line 2019 will be powered by a 48 V mild hybrid engine, plus motorsport-inspired details and it will soon receive the performance treatment.
According to the latest car news, the Tucson N Line will be introduced at Geneva International Motor Show 2019.
Know more about Hyundai Tucson 2023
The 2023 Hyundai Tucson is a five-seater compact crossover. Locally, this model has two variants. There’s the GLS+ 2.0 CRDi, and the 2.0 GLS AT. The CRDi model is diesel, while the other one is gasoline. They then have a price of Php 1,840,000 and Php 1,570,000 respectively.
Under the hood, the GLS+ CRDi variant uses a 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine that can make up to 183 horsepower and 416 Nm of torque. The GLS meanwhile gets a 2.0-liter gasoline mill that can churn out 153 horsepower and 192 Nm of torque.
For transmissions, the diesel variant uses an eight-speed automatic tranny. The gasoline version meanwhile uses a six-speed automatic tranny. Both variants are front-wheel-drive.
Size-wise, the new Tucson is 4,630mm long, 1,865mm wide, and 1,665mm in height. They also come with a wheelbase length of 2,755mm, and a ground clearance of 181mm.
Locally, the Hyundai Tucson competes against the likes of the Toyota RAV4, Mazda CX-5, Chery Tiggo 5 Pro, Subaru Forester, Peugeot 3008, among others.
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