The new Hyundai Tucson is anticipated to go on sale in India in early 2022, and spy photos showing the vehicle loaded on a freight carrier have appeared online, indicating that it is already on its way to dealerships.
- The new-gen Hyundai Tucson is expected to go on sale early in 2022.
- It’s a big departure from its predecessor in terms of design and features
- It will likely continue with the same engine and gearbox options.
The fourth-generation Hyundai Tucson was unveiled to the world in September of last year, and the Korean automaker began testing the new SUV in India in October of this year. The new Hyundai Tucson is anticipated to go on sale in India in early 2022, and spy photos showing the vehicle loaded on a freight carrier have appeared online, indicating that it is already on its way to dealerships. Hyundai’s next-generation Tucson has an entirely new design language, which is likely to be carried over to the Hyundai Creta facelift and maybe the Hyundai Venue facelift in the future.
The India-specific version Tucson resembles the worldwide model and is a significant improvement over its predecessor. The design is razor-sharp, and the front appearance, which has a redesigned grille with integrated LED DRLs, is futuristic. The LED headlights and bumper are both brand new. More angular body cladding, blacked-out pillars to match the floating roof style, and a new LED taillight design with an LED light strip across the tailgate are also on the way. New alloy wheels, contrast-colored roof rails, and a chrome window surround all contribute to the overall look.
The new-generation Hyundai Tuscon is expected to have the same layout and amenities as the worldwide standard vehicle on the interior. A big 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluelink connected car technology, touch controls for the climate control system, ambient lighting, an e-parking brake, and a switch for gear changes instead of a traditional gear lever are all included. The cabin would most likely have all-black upholstery, similar to the global model, however Hyundai may choose for beige and brown upholstery, which are more popular among Indian shoppers.
Under the hood, we expect to see the tried and tested 2.0-lire, four-cylinder, turbo petrol and diesel engine options. Transmission choices will include the six-speed manual and automatic, along with all-wheel drive (AWD) in certain variants. More details on the new generation Tucson for India is expected to unfold next year when the SUV will go on sale in our market.