2020 Hyundai Tucson Redesign, Specs & Release Date
With the Minor Changes, the Korean SUV is all about onboard technology and driving assistance. 2020 Hyundai Tucson continues its existence as one of the SUV in the USA. what are the innovations he brings?
Three years after the presentation of the first version is restyling time for the Hyundai Tucson, the most successful Korean SUV brand that has been able to conquer a public packed aiming a lot on an attractive design and at the same time elegant.
2020 Hyundai Tucson Redesign & Changes
This will have been thought of the Korean designers who were faced with the need to renew the Hyundai Tucson. The new generation, the result of the recent restyling, has retained the gritty and elegant design of the previous version, bringing only very few and almost invisible changes. The unprecedented Led headlights, the redesigned rear projectors and the new front and rear bumpers have given a breath of freshness to an already winning silhouette.
Inside The Tucson
On board, on the other hand, the novelties have been a little more consistent and have covered so much the plank, completely renewed compared to before with unprecedented air vents, but the technology with the introduction of a new 8-inch touch screen for infotainment Which is no longer embedded but placed on top of the plank in tablet style. There are, finally, redesigned leather seats, refurbished finishes, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto interfaces and wireless charging for smartphones.
Engine Specs & Transmission
Some innovations also related to the engine sector with some new engines. Since the launch, the new Hyundai Tucson can be ordered with 1.6 liters turbo petrol from 132 and 177 hp or with the 2.0-liter diesel from 186 hp. The old 1.7-liter CRDi will instead be replaced by the new 1.6-liter 115 and 133 hp.
The automatic gearboxes are the new 8-speed converter, which replaces the old 6-speed ratio, and the dual-clutch 7-ratios while the manual transmission includes a 6-gear drive. Finally, the drive is available but only on 177 hp petrol and 186 hp diesel.
In the last but not least, the restyling also introduced some safety systems and helper wing aids that on the previous version either were absent or simply were not expected to series. These include the automatic emergency braking, the Surround View Monitor, the Adaptive cruise control with Stop & Start function, the automatic auto-activation, and Driver Alert system in the event of drowsiness.