2021 Hyundai Tucson Release Date

Saturday, September 29th 2018. | HYUNDAI

2021 Hyundai Tucson release – Korea automobile manufacturer, Hyundai will design Tucson is developing. Generation Hyundai Tucson is rumored to be undergoing its global debut in 2021.

According to Hyundai, the Tucson generation will have larger dimensions, particularly on the length of the body and long wheelbase. This is to make Tucson can accommodate more passengers with three row seats configuration.

“Generation Tucson will be sold only with configuration 7-passenger market in India, ” says Hyundai, like quoting Autocar India. But, for the international market, Tucson will be available in two options, 5-passengers and 7-passenger.

Tucson generation made to tread the higher segment, for the generation of Creta configuration 7-passenger Tucson segemen approaching could be assessed. Good for size or price. So between Tucson and Creta have gap segments clear.

Then, to be able to reach the level of the premium price that consumers can receive an extra seat, Tucson is considered important.

“SUV on INR 2 million, need to have a third row of seats to the units it sold in large numbers, ” says Hyundai.

But, other challenges are competitors. Hyundai had to deal with Skoda Kodiaq and the new Honda CR-V which would slide 9 October in India, with a three-seat configuration of the line for the first time.

Tucson is also called generation will replace Santa Fe. “We don’t see a good future for Santa Fe so Tucson 7-passenger launches, ” clear Hyundai.

Thus, the Hyundai is clearly trying hard to Tucson. Hyundai Tucson luxury generation make possible and mentioning that a certain variant of Tucson will get special seats in the second row.

Other features such as the display of the head-up, Wireless charging, and advanced telematics will become standard on variants of Tucson. Also, there will be gasoline and diesel powertrain for the generation of Tucson who not only meet the standards of esmisi BSIV but also Real Driving cycle Emission (RDE) is more strict and valid from 2023.

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