If Santa Fe has a bold design with a box-shaped body, then Hyundai seems to be quite conservative with the Tucson Facelift. This is demonstrated clearly through the prototype of the Hyundai Tucson Facelift recently spotted by the paparazzi.
Most of the exterior changes are focused on the front of the Tucson, as it uses a new radiator grille with refined mesh patterns. The LED daytime running lights integrated with turn signals are also integrated into the grille. In addition, we can see that the front bumper has been improved with angular accents.
The sides of the car seem to have not changed much, although the camouflage on the D-pillar indicates that there may be changes to the chrome highlights running into the rear window. We can also expect the updated wheel design and new taillights with three-dimensional lighting graphics.
Photographers have not yet captured a close-up of the interior of the Hyundai Tucson Facelift, so the changes inside the cabin are still a mystery. However, we can expect the infotainment system to be updated along with advanced driver assistance systems.
The engine options for the Tucson Facelift are still a mystery, but it is likely that the car will be equipped with a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine with a maximum power of 191 horsepower. In addition, we can also expect familiar hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants, but they will be refined to improve performance and fuel efficiency.
Trang Nguyen (Forum.autodaily.vn)