2021 Hyundai Tucson Plug-in Hybrid Revealed, starts from £39,330

Hyundai launched the Hyundai Tucson PHEV cars, SUV plug-in hybrid power system launch in Europe. Which this model has a design revision and full of new technology comes with a powerful 261 horsepower powerhouse.

The Hyundai Tucson PHEV was added to the army to add one more option. After previously, there were versions with mild-hybrid and full hybrid power systems on the market. They’re the fourth generation of the Tucson family.

Hyundai Tucson PHEV has been completely redesigned both exterior and interior. The front features a new grille with built-in LED running lights, the side colour of the car has a two-tone gradient adjustment, adding more striking to the car The wheel arch has been raised to give it a dimension. Along with the chrome lines from the front A-pillar to the C-pillar, the rear cover has long LED lights from the left to the right. The bumper looks solid and stable. The rear wipers are hidden under the spoiler for refinement in the rear.

The interior of the new black console is made of soft plastic that has been raised with seamless chrome trim, adding a premium luxury. You can choose whether you want a leather or black or beige fabric upholstery. There is also a 64-colour lighting system inside the cabin to improve driving aesthetics.

Entertainment functions Hyundai Tucson PHEV supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, a 10.25-inch dual screen, Google and Apple Calendar capabilities, as well as selectable user profiles. New upgraded navigation features Real-time parking and traffic information can be viewed. Which is also a new addition.

Various assistive and safety technologies such as collision avoidance, lane assist, downhill braking, Isofix point, automatic braking and acceleration. The two rear seats and the new centre airbags, Hyundai said, prevent the two front passengers from colliding in the event of a serious side impact. Additional convenient functions can also be added, such as the smart parking assistance system, electronically controlled suspension, blind spot sensors and 360-degree cameras.

The Hyundai Tucson PHEV 2021 is powered by a 1.6-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, combined with a 13.8kWh battery and a powerful 90 horsepower electric motor, transmitted via a 6-speed automatic transmission. Up to 261 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque for 2 hours per charge through the Wallbox, fuel consumption and exhaust emissions have not yet been disclosed by Hyundai. By telling only the distance that can be achieved when running on electric power only at 49 kilometres.

At the same time, Hyundai is also focused on space in the cabin. With a battery installed under the car, which will not affect the space in the cabin It has 9% more space than the previous model. 558 litres capacity if the seats are not folded. But if the seats are folded, they will get a space of 1,737 litres.

The Hyundai Tucson PHEV is now available in the UK. Pricing for the Premium model is £ 39,330 and the Ultimate version costs £ 42,030.