One of HyundaiA global bestseller, its new flagship SUV Tucson will mark its launch in the Indian market on Wednesday.

The carmaker has not opened bookings for completely new ones for now, but details will be announced soon. The will be seen with fresh exterior styling, updated cabin and new features. Here’s what to expect Tucson:

Exteriors: Under a new design philosophy called Parametric Dynamic, everything about the Tucson is fresh. It has a wide front grille with integrated LED DRLs, while at the side, has a prominent shoulder line and square-shaped wheel arches with 18-inch alloy wheels. The rear has shark-like LED lights, with a taillight strip running across.

Interiors: The cabin features a 10.25-inch instrument panel and a 10.25-inch touchscreen integrated into the center console. The infotainment system syncs with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and is equipped with a Bose music system. The Tucson gets a flat-bottomed steering wheel, electric parking brake, ventilated seats, ambient lighting, a panoramic sunroof, multiple driving modes and connected car technology. According to the Euro NCAP crash test rating, the Tucson has been awarded 5 stars because it is fully equipped with safety features such as advanced driver assistance systems, multiple airbags, electronic stability control, etc.

engine: The Tucson is expected to be available in both petrol and diesel. The volume of both power units will be 2 liters. Top trim levels will come with an all-wheel drive system.

Price: The all-new Tucson from Hyundai is expected to be priced from Rs 25 lakh and will compete with the likes of the Jeep Compass, Volkswagen Tiguan and the Citroen C5 Aircross.

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