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Hyundai Tucson at the 2016 Auto Expo-Picture Gallery

Ninad Ambre

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Hyundai unveiled the Tucson SUV at the 2016 Auto Expo. The vehicle’s launch is slated to take place in mid-2016 when it will be slotted into the D-segment of cars in our country. The new car is expected to receive a good response following the footprints of the carmaker’s successful Creta. Take a look at these pictures of the latest SUV from Hyundai.

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The Tucson unveiled at the biennial event in Noida is the same model that was unveiled globally for the first time in February 2015.

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This is the third generation of the premium compact SUV. The new Tucson bridges the gap between the Creta and Santa Fe in Hyundai’s Indian SUV portfolio.

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The Tuscon falls in line with the company’s Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 (FS2.0) design philosophy and looks quite similar to its bigger sibling - the Santa Fe.

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The new Tucson measures 4,475mm in length, 1,850mm in width and 1,645mm in height, with a wheelbase of 2,670mm. Despite the fluidic design, the overall appearance has a muscular look.

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Upfront is Hyundai’s signature hexagonal grille, whose sides are exposed where they meet the swept back LED head-lamps and LED DRLs.

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The side profile with a tapering glass house gives the Tucson a coupe-like appearance. This look is further accentuated by the sculpted wheel arches and a prominent high shoulder line.

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The Tucson’s wide track is well complemented by the horizontal, wrap-around tail-lamp units placed as close to the edges as possible. The new rear skid plate and dual exhaust pipes add to the attractive design bits.

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Powering the SUV will be a 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel mill that produces 136bhp and 373Nm of torque. The gearbox option will be a six-speed AT. 

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Hyundai will launch it via the CBU route in India. For a price between Rs 18 lakh to Rs 23 lakh, it will compete with the Honda CR-V and upcoming Nissan X-Trail.

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