Hyundai has unveiled a sporty N Line trim for its latest Tucson SUV.
The new Hyundai Tucson N Line combines the design, comfort and connectivity of the standard SUV with the motorsport-inspired styling of Hyundai N.
AGGRESSIVE EXTERIOR TOUCHES
Up front, the parametric jewels on the grille of the Tucson N Line sit taller and is wider than on the regular car. Black bezels frame the headlights.
The parametric jewel patterns on the grille pieces have also been enhanced with new edges, creating additional reflections depending on the angle from which the car is viewed.
Under the grille sits a rectangular shaped bumper and a refined air intake, which is taller and bigger than on the standard Tucson for a sportier look. The rear bumper is accented with bright silver skid plates.
At the sides, the SUV is characterised by body coloured side mouldings that offer dynamic proportions and lines to provide a slimmer look. Stylish Phantom Black side mirrors further enhance the Hyundai Tucson N Line’s sleek styling.
To emphasise the car’s sporty appearance at the rear, the Tucson N Line is fitted with an aerodynamic spoiler that is longer than that of the standard model and garnished with fins. The N Line model also gets an aggressive twin-tip exhaust.
HYUNDAI N INSPIRED CABIN
Inside, the Hyundai Tucson N Line gets N-branded sporty seats with black suede and leather seat coverings, as well as red stitching.
Red stitching is also found on the door trim and armrest, while the grey cloth crash pad is garnished with red accents.
A dedicated N steering wheel comes complete with an N logo. Further N Line enhancements include alloy pedals, a foot rest and door steps.
Powertrain options available (for the UK) are based on the 4-cylinder 1.6-litre T-GDI Smartstream engine for maximum efficiency.
These include a standard 148bhp specification, a 48V mild-hybrid option with either 148bhp or 178bhp, a 227bhp hybrid option, or a 261bhp plug-in hybrid.