Hyundai Tucson successor spied in Sweden
The much anticipated Tucson successor has been caught by the spies again and fellows at Caradvice.com have some hot new spy shots to show you. Latest spy images showcase a heavily disguised Tucson prototype driving on the snowy surface somewhere in Sweden.
The production ready 2010 Hyundai Tucson will make its official debut at the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show in September and will feature an array of advanced powertrain features, including 184hp 2.0L diesel engine, six-speed automatic tranny, ISG (Idle Stop&Go) system and others.
The next generation Tucson (called ix35 in Europe) will be displayed in the concept form as early as tomorrow, when Geneva Auto Show opens its doors to the public. The stunning ix-onic (HED-6) concept car, which pics we have already seen, previews the exterior and interior styling of the forthcoming Tucson model. It looks far more aggressive and a lot sportier than the current Tucson model.
The ix-onic concept is equipped with a 175 horsepower direct injection turbo engine, which is set to bow in the new Tucson, as well as in other future Hyundai models. The engine boasts latest engine technology and delivers class leading fuel efficiency and performance.
Stay tuned for more detailed information on the all-new Hyundai ix-onic concept as its only a few hours from its official world debut. In order to see more spy shots of the Tucson successor, head over to Caradvice website.