South Korean automaker Hyundai is all set to unveil the latest generation of its Tucson SUV. According to latest reports, the 4th generation Tucson will likely make its world debut in August 2020.
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In terms of design, the 4th gen Hyundai Tucson takes heavy inspiration from the Vision T concept that debuted at the 2019 Los Angeles Motor Show. Bearing the brand’s latest design philosophy called ‘Sensuous Sportiness’, the all new Tucson will get parametric-jewel pattern grille having turn indicators placed within, LED headlamps with DRLs, polyhedral shapes carved on its body especially the sides, flared wheel arches and full-width connected rear tail lamps as seen on the concept.
Although spy shots of camouflaged test mules are making rounds on the internet for quite some time now, however a recent set of photos of the new Tucson testing in Dubai suggests that Middle East will be among the foremost markets to welcome the latest generation Tucson.
Camouflaged test mule of all new Hyundai Tucson spotted in Dubai
According to information, the all new Hyundai Tucson will be available with petrol, diesel as well as hybrid engine setup for the first time. Built on a new platform, the 4th gen Tucson will have generous dimensions while improving its driving dynamics, performance, comfort and NVH levels according to Hyundai. The South Korean automaker says the all new Tucson will render a sportier & adventurous look and promises that the end-result will be very exciting.
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More spy shots of the all new Tucson can be found here. Stay tuned to CarSpiritPK for further information on the world debut of 4th generation Hyundai Tucson.
The 4th gen Tucson concept sketches
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