Hyundai Tucson SUV Launched Digitally Through ‘The Next Dimension’

2020 Tucson is a lot more advanced than its forerunner. Hyundai also showcased the new Hyundai Creta and the new Hyundai Verna at ‘The Next Dimension’.

New Hyundai Tucson Launched

Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) has launched the new Tucson SUV on the occasion of its ‘The Next Dimension’ virtual car showcasing. This new 2020 Hyundai Tucson falls in the price bracket of INR 22.30 – 27.03 lakh (ex-showroom, India). Showcased on the virtual platform ‘The Next Dimension’, the auto maker unfolded many interesting details about the all-new Tucson SUV, which we will discuss in this article later. The launched was streamed for all on Hyundai’s official Youtube and social media handles.

Before launching the new Tucson digitally, Hyundai India also showcased the fresh avatars of its newly launched car models, the All-New Creta SUV and the Spirited New Verna sedan. The officials of Hyundai took the viewers through the details of these two successful cars. Post the tour of these two cars, the Tucson premium SUV was introduced. This is the first of its kind virtual car launch ever done by any auto-major in India. The very impactful virtual world of Hyundai indeed looked more interesting than the real launch events that are been organized in the automotive industry.

For Hyundai, the Tucson has been one of the bidding cars across the globe, having over 6.5 million satisfied customers. Since its launch in India in 2016, the Tucson SUV has been recognized with numerous prestigious awards.

Now, let’s take a deep dive into the exciting details of 2020 Hyundai Tucson.

What are the key highlights of 2020 Hyundai Tucson?

Hyundai Tucson SUV The Next Dimension

Hyundai has been remarkably good in making the new Tucson a modern premium SUV. This new Tucson features premium & bold styling, has dominant performance on the roads, gets plentiful smart technology and comfort features, offers enhanced connectivity and comes with many advanced safety features.

The new Tucson comes with many first-in-segment and best-in-segment features. Its list of first-in-segment features include Wireless Phone Charger, Infinity Premium Sound System (8 Speakers), Hyundai Blue Link (with Remote Vehicle Operations & Voice Recognition), 8-way Power Adjustable Passenger Seat, Height Adjustable Hands-Free Power Tailgate, Twin Chrome Exhaust, Welcome Function, Door Pocket Lighting and Chrome Outside Door handles.

Likewise, the Hyundai’s new Tucson features two best-in-segment features – Standard ‘Wonder Warranty’ of up to 5 years and powerful diesel engine that churns maximum power of 185ps and maximum torque of 40.8kgm.

What are the engine and transmission choices offered with 2020 Tucson?

The latest generation of Hyundai Tucson comes powered by 2.0 Litre Diesel and Petrol engines. The fun to drive 2.0L diesel engine produces 185ps maximum power and 40.8kgm maximum torque. This engine is mated to a new advanced 8 Speed AT. On the other hand, the 2.0L petrol Engine churns maximum power of 152 ps and maximum torque of 19.6 kgm. This powerful petrol engine is linked to a 6 Speed AT. The all-new Tucson is offered with the new HTRAC 4WD system, multiple drive modes and highly capable traction cornering control, which aid in improving the drivability.

Here’s an overview of new Tucson’s engines and their respective power and torque stats:

  R 2.0 DIESEL Nu 2.0 PETROL
Max. Power 185 ps 152 ps
Max. Torque 40.8 kgm 19.6 kgm
Transmission 8AT (New) 6AT


What are the prices of new Hyundai Tucson variants?

Price-wise the new Tucson is made for the elite buyers who look for a calibrating Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV). It’s obviously not for the Creta-like buyers. It’s something beyond that. A classier, feature-rich, high-performing and technologically advanced utility car. And there’s no doubt that the premiumness it offers, it deserves to be on the higher side of the pricing.

It is available in two 2.0L petrol engine powered trims – GL (O) and GLS, both priced at Rs. 22,30,000 and Rs. 23,52,000 respectively. The 2.0L diesel engine powered Tucson is offered in three trims – GL(O), GLS and GLS 4WD, priced higher than the petrol trims at Rs. 24,35,000, Rs. 25,56,000 and Rs. 27,03,000 respectively.

Here’s the variant-wise price list of 2020 Hyundai Tucson variants:

2.0L Petrol 6AT 2.0L Diesel 8AT
Trim Tucson GL (O) Tucson GLS Tucson GL(O) Tucson GLS Tucson GLS 4WD
Price (Rs.) 22,30,000 23,52,000 24,35,000 25,56,000 27,03,000


What are the key connectivity features of Hyundai Tucson SUV?

Hyundai Tucson 2020 Connectivity Features

The Hyundai Tucson 2020 is offered with advanced connected car technology – Hyundai BlueLink. It allows the car owner to start engine or AC with the smartphone or smart watch. Likewise, there is an eye-catchy 20.32 cm sized large touchscreen infotainment that supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Voice Recognition.

In addition to these, the BlueLink also gives you an access to features such as Auto Crash Notification, Road Side Assistance, SOS/Emergency Assistance, Stolen Vehicle Tracking, Stolen Vehicle Notification, Stolen Vehicle Immobilization, Find My Car Location, Tire Pressure Information, Driving Information/Behavior, Real-time Vehicle Tracking via App, Geo-fence (Out-of-Area) Alert, Speed Alert, Indian Holidays Information, Previously Visited Destinations and a lot more.

What do we think?

With an array of extraordinary and amazing features, we believe the all-new Tucson truly deserves kudos. It is indeed an SUV that is way much advanced that the other SUVs offered in competition. To mention, in India, the new Hyundai Tucson will rival other premium SUVs like Toyota Fortuner, Jeep Compass, Ford Endeavour, Skoda Karoq, Volkswagen Tiguan AllSpace, Honda CR-V and Tata Harrier (top-end trims). We think the elite corporate and young tech-savvy premium SUV buyers would love to own a car like this.

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