Unofficial Image Rendering Of The New Tucson SUV
Car & Driver Brazil have put together an illustration of what the next generation Hyundai Tucson model year will look like.
The last refresh for the vehicle was shown off at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, but the magazine believes that the 5-year old refresh for the Tucson SUV will end up being a cross between the Santa Fe and the Intrado Concept that was shown at the most recent show in Geneva.
Car & Driver feel that the finished car will have the look of a mini version of the Santa Fe, and will come with a longer wheelbase to help add some legroom to the passengers in the rear of the vehicle.
The cars that are the biggest competitors to the Tucson are the Kia Sportage and the Ford Kuga.
This could then offer up the possibility of adding a pair of jump eats in the rear to create a 7-seater that could then become a serious competitor to the Mahindra XUV500 in India.
It is likely that the current 2.0-liter petrol engine would remain, but the article in the magazine claims that a new 7-speed transmission may be included as an option.
There would be improvements made to the overall design, as well as the addition of new equipment, with the likes of Park Assist being made standard.
Stay tuned as we will soon provide more news about the 2016 Tucson SUV! (Source: caranddriverbrasil)