A prototype of the updated crossover Hyundai Tucson has been spotted on tests

A prototype of the updated crossover Hyundai Tucson has been spotted on tests


The tests seen a prototype of a compact Hyundai Tucson. Hardly the official presentation of the updated South Korean crossover will take place until the second half of 2020.

Showing his crossover concept Vision T, automaker Hyundai hinted at a new style, which will create all future production models of the company’s SUV segment. First to try on new “clothes” will be a compact crossover Tucson the next generation, whose debut is scheduled for next year. We’ve already seen prototypes of the new items a few times show on the road, and now, a team of engineers South Korean brand decided to return to the nürburgring race track for conducting high-speed tests.

In fact, we have the same prototype model that we’ve seen on previous tests, and the amount of camouflage has remained completely intact.


This is a relatively short video gives us the opportunity to evaluate specs and behaviour on the road when cornering at high speed. And we must recognize that the South Korean crossover looks quite confident and even nimble on the road. Upon closer inspection of photos it is possible to detect the safety cage in the cabin and no back seats in this test car.

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We can’t tell what’s under the bonnet of this test car, a turbo engine or not, but we heard that the production version of the machine should receive a new 2.5-liter engine Theta3. There are rumors about a plug-in hybrid unit, and a 1.6-litre turbodiesel.

It should be noted that spotted the prototype of a compact crossover looks very close to its final form, but it can hardly mean that the presentation of the car will be held until the second half of 2020.

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