4th Generation Hyundai Tucson teased; global debut this month

Jerrica · Sep 3, 2020 06:59 PM

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Hyundai Motor Company has revealed the first images of the upcoming all-new fourth generation 2021 Hyundai Tucson and confirmed that the SUV will be making its global debut on 15 September 2020.

The new generation Hyundai Tucson will bear the company’s new Sensuous Sportiness design identity that was first introduced on the 2020 Hyundai Elantra. The Tucson’s design will have an avant-garde Parametric Dynamics design theme.

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Hyundai designers styled the Parametric Dynamics with kinetic jewel-like surface details. The signature DRLs are seamlessly integrated into the jewel-like grille and only reveals itself when turned on while the new Parametric Hidden Lights will be the highlight of the SUV’s new front-end.

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4th Generation Hyundai Tucson teased; global debut this month 01

The next generation Tucson will also be the biggest the SUV has ever been. Though Hyundai has yet to reveal the exact dimensions of the new car, they did confirm that the new Tucson’s body is bigger and wider due to the longer hood and shorter overhangs. 

Hyundai has confirmed that the new Tucson will offered with 2 different dimensions making it the first C-segment SUV to offer 2 measurements but while sharing the same name. 

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On the inside, Hyundai has also applied their new interior design language, known as Interspace, to the Tucson. The highlighting feature inside is the decluttering of the dashboard surface, lower instrument display and a fully digital instrument cluster. As is seen in the interior spy shot that we have reported before.

In short, Hyundai describes the Tucson’s new design as “suggesting forward motion even when standing still”, reminds us of a certain Kodo design language, doesn’t it?

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Jerrica

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There isn’t a time in memory that doesn’t involve staring at cars. After discovering the excitement of watching Schumacher vs Hakkinen, Formula 1 became a major part of life. The love for cars and F1 ultimately led to a job with CAR Magazine. The untimely death of the magazine meant a hiatus from cars at lifestyle women’s magazine Marie Claire before another opportunity came knocking again.

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