New Hyundai Tucson Hybrid 2021 vs Old Hyundai Tucson 2019 In-Depth Review

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New Hyundai Tucson Hybrid 2021 vs Old Hyundai Tucson 2019 In-Depth Review.

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The all-new Tucson is the fourth generation of Hyundai’s successful best-seller with more than 7 million units sold around the globe since it launched in 2004. Of these, million units have been sold in Europe. That makes it the company’s bestselling SUV globally. Hyundai’s new compact SUV arrives on the market with a revolutionary and ambitious new look that follows the company’s Sensuous Sportiness design identity.

Rather than simply an evolution of the previous generation model, the all-new Tucson represents a revolution for Hyundai in design terms. Overall, it features a bigger and wider body than its predecessor. Its muscular stance combines sharp angles and dynamic proportions with rich surfaces, ensuring a progressive look without compromising on Tucson’s rugged SUV heritage. It is the first fully-changed Hyundai SUV to be developed according to the company’s “Sensuous Sportiness” design identity.

The seamless integration of state-of-the-art technology provides all-new Tucson customers with an advanced and fully-customisable digital experience. This includes a fully digital, configurable dual cockpit, which consists of a new open digital cluster and new AVN-touch screen, which fills the centre of the vehicle. Hyundai’s designers dispensed with physical knobs and buttons, so all AVN and heat, ventilation and air conditioning functions are controlled via touch, making it the first Hyundai model to feature a full touchscreen console. The all-new Tucson is also equipped with the latest version of Hyundai’s Bluelink® connected car services.

The all-new Tucson stands 20mm longer, 15mm wider, and has a wheelbase that has been increased by 10mm as compared to the previous generation, making it more spacious than ever before. As a result, rear passengers can enjoy 26mm of additional legroom. Meanwhile, boot space has been increased, offering up to 620 litres overall for luggage with the seats up and up to 1,799 litres with the seats folded, depending on the chosen trim and powertrain.

With advanced driver-assistance systems and the most comprehensive active safety package, the all-new Tucson delivers even more peace of mind for Hyundai customers. It is also outfitted with an enhanced seven-airbag system, which features a new first row centre side airbag, a feature unique to this segment.

The all-new Tucson is also equipped with a range of Hyundai SmartSense safety features, including for example: Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA), which now includes Junction Turning; Blind Spot View Monitor (BVM); Highway Driving Assist (HDA) , and Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control Curve (NSCC-C).

The all-new Tucson consolidates its true SUV credentials with 4x4 capabilities. This is thanks to its new Terrain Mode selector, which provides even more enjoyment for drivers. This feature, available on the Tucson hybrid with automatic transmission, utilises Hyundai’s signature HTRAC four-wheel drive technology. This enables agile handling and better torque application depending on wheel grip and vehicle speed. In addition to different drive modes, three additional terrain modes – Mud, Sand and Snow – optimise the driving performance and HTRAC settings for an enhanced driving experience on a variety of terrain.

The all-new Tucson’s Electronic Controlled Suspension (ECS) offers drivers flexibility thanks to its adaptive driving technology. Drivers can select from Normal or Sport mode depending on their driving preferences. The ECS automatically and continuously controls the vehicle’s suspension to maximise driving comfort and performance. It achieves this by taking into account driving conditions such as speed, road surfaces, cornering, stopping requirements and acceleration. By controlling the damping force on each individual wheel, ECS reduces roll, pitch and vertical motion to enhance ride and handling.

With gasoline and diesel 48-volt gasoline and diesel mild hybrid, full hybrid and plug-in hybrid available to consumers, the all-new Tucson offers the widest range of electrified powertrains in the compact SUV segment. On top of the powertrain line-up at launch is the T-GDI Smartstream hybrid version with an output of 230 PS. Beginning of next year, the line-up will be completed by a powerful plug-in hybrid variant with 265 PS.

Refraining from traditional drawing and sketching methods, Hyundai’s designers developed the all-new Tucson’s futuristic design elements through geometric algorithms produced by cutting-edge digital technology.

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