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Hyundai Release Details of their all-new Model the Hyundai Tucson

Ahead of its worldwide debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai have revealed details of their new SUV the Hyundai Tucson. The all new model will replace the ix35 and is set to redefine the South Korean manufacturers SUV segment. With a similar design the popular Santa Fe the new Tucson will feature the highest levels of design and quality and will come with a host of technologies.

The new Hyundai Tucson will have a typical SUV profile with a sleek and agile look to distinguish it from the Santa Fe and ix35. The Tucson will feature Hyundai's signature hexagonal front grille which is connected to the LED headlamps. The front bumper has a wing-shaped appearance with LED daytime running lights, giving it a unique rugged style. On the inside of the new Tucson the interiors have been decorated in high quality soft touch finishing's. Cabin space in generous thanks to the new platform the Tucson has been built on. Clever packaging ensures an excellent exterior-to-interior dimension ratio, optimising the space that is afforded to passengers and luggage.

The Hyundai Tucson is set to come with a raft of new and exciting features including heated and ventilated front seats, with longer seating cushions for ultimate comfort and support. A powered tailgate which opens when you approach the vehicle with your key, and Smart Park Assist will help increase everyday usability. For you and your passengers safety the Tucson is one of the best equipped in its segment. Safety features will include Lane Keeping Assist System which proactively corrects the steering to avoid unintended lane departure, and the Rear Traffic Cross Alert system uses radar to scan a 180-degree area behind the vehicle, alerting the driver to any approaching cross-traffic.

The new Hyundai Tucson will be available with one of the widest powertrain ranges in its class, including two petrol and three diesel engines.

Speaking of the all-new Tucson's unique design Peter Schreyer, President and Chief Design Officer at Hyundai Motor Group said: “Design expresses our progressive spirit and passion, and it is transforming our brand. The All-New Tucson has a bold and athletic presence achieved through refined, flowing surfaces, bold proportions, sharp lines and most importantly, our newest generation hexagonal grille – our brand signature,"

At Charles Hurst Hyundai in Dundonald, we stock a wide range of new and used Hyundai cars for sale. For more information on any of our models or to arrange a test drive contact a member of the Charles Hurst Hyundai team today.

By Jenna Niblock