All-new Tucson N-Line

Hyundai Tucson

  •   The all-new Hyundai TUCSON N Line’s sporty design includes exterior and interior accents inspired by Hyundai N
  •   N Line is available with the same wide range of electrified powertrains as new TUCSON including 48V MHEV and later in the summer HEV/PHEV
  •   The all-new TUCSON N Line will be available from spring 2021

Hot on the heels of the recent launch of the all-new TUCSON, Hyundai Motor has unveiled a sporty N Line trim of its best-selling model in Europe.

The all-new TUCSON N Line combines the futuristic design, comfort and advanced connectivity of TUCSON with the motorsport-inspired styling and attitude of N Line.

The all-new TUCSON N Line offers sporty and distinctive exterior design features and differentiating interior details so customers can enjoy a driving experience with even more attitude.

Hyundai Tucson

An ultimate dynamic exterior design inspired by motorsport

Like the standard model, the all-new TUCSON N Line stands out for its progressive design, integrating sharp lines, angles and shapes, as well as TUCSON’s new signature parametric jewel patterns.

The muscular stance of the all-new TUCSON N Line’s exterior design is based on Hyundai’s "Sensuous Sportiness" design identity, while at the same time offering refined performance-oriented design prompts. As with the standard TUCSON, the N Line trim features prominent geometric patterns known as "parametric jewels", giving it a powerful and energetic character. In addition, a low and wide stance emphasises its sporty credentials.

Standard Equipment

  • 16" Alloy wheels available on S models
  • 17" Alloy wheels available on SE models
  • Cruise control with speed limiter available on SE manual and Premium models
  • Rear parking sensors available on SE and Premium models
  • Full size spare wheel available on all models
  • Blind Spot Detection System available on Premium models
  • Chrome Effect Interior Door Handles available on SE and Premium models
  • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel available on SE and Premium Models
  • Fixed Price Service Plan available on all models

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Tucson Reviews

"The Tucson is a corker so far as family crossovers go. It has space, comfort, refinement, excellent ownership costs and an overall ease of use about it that makes it a thoroughly competitive car" - Top Gear

"The Nissan Qashqai might have been the first to get the jacked-up hatch class rolling, but the more premium-feeling Tucson’s breadth of ability outclasses it." - Top Gear

"Hyundai’s seven or eight-inch touchscreens are one of the best OEM systems in the mainstream car world" - Top Gear

"The Tucson is a really well-executed all-rounder that’s pleasant to be in, easy-going to drive and offers a more painless ownership proposition than most -if not all - of its rivals" - Top Gear

"The new Tucson, which went on sale last July, stopped us in our tracks when it was delivered" - Driving.co.uk

"The new Nissan Connect touchscreen (introduced at the end of last year) still lags behind much of the competition" - Driving.co.uk

"The Qashqai isn’t the roomiest car in this class (at 401 litres, its boot is quite a bit smaller than the Tucson’s class-leading 513 litres)" - Driving.co.uk

"The ageing Qashqai is the crossover equivalent of vanilla – popular, yes, but exciting, no. The Tucson, by comparison, is a double caramel Magnum." - Driving.co.uk

"The engine was also noticeably stronger than the Qashqai’s, with power coming in earlier in the rev range, while the steering felt sportier and the ride more composed" - Driving.co.uk

"Tucson is one of the better-looking models on sale" - Driving.co.uk

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