Unveiled in September, the fourth generation of the Hyundai Tucson is a midsize SUV with a style that does not go unnoticed. It will be orderable by the end of 2020, but Hyundai has already announced that it wants to expand the range: so today the first images of the N Line are unveiled, the most gritty-looking trim expected on the market from spring 2021.
A LITTLE MORE GRIT
Judging from these first photos, in which many details are deliberately not very visible, the new Hyundai Tucson N Line seems to have the most marked spoiler in the lower part of the front fascia, wheels with a specific design, black trims on the sides of the rear window (the standard Tucson has them chromed) and a renewed rear bumper, more protruding and with a different extractor for the passage of air. In addition, the two exhausts are round rather than square and the black tailpipes in the wheel arches are missing. There will also be customizations inside.
The Hyundai Tucson N Line should be fitted with the same engines as the standard Tucson: it starts with the 150 HP 1.6 T-GDI turbo petrol engine, also offered in versions with the 48-volt light hybrid (with 150 or 180 HP ), to switch to the 115 bhp 1.6 CRDi turbo diesel, or 136 bhp with the light hybrid. The version with 230 HP full hybrid should not be missing, equipped with the 1.6 T-GDI and combined with a 60 HP electric motor.