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Hyundai strikes again with the Tucson XRT. It's designed to be tougher than the standard model and it absolutely a fabulous vehicle. Its got all the things needed to be among the best in the segment. The Tucson is Hyundai's best-selling SUV and it comes in the following trim levels: SE, SEL, N Line, XRT and Limited.
In this episode, host Woodie Lesesne really focuses on the design and the amazig interior. The kinetic design theme carries over to the rear, where the full-width tail lamp incorporates half-concealed triangular shapes that are clearly visible when illuminated, echoing the DRL theme in front. In order to achieve the purity of this design theme, the Hyundai logo is elevated and integrated into the glass, and the rear wiper is concealed beneath the rear spoiler.
All Tucson XRT models are based on the preexisting SEL trim with the Convenience Package, but benefit from a number of visual alterations. Among these upgrades are unique front and rear fascias with rugged accents and a particularly striking matte black finish.
The all-new Tucson design is derived from a series of Hyundai Design Center concepts expressing its evolving Sensuous Sportiness global design identity. Tucson gasoline and hybrid models will begin availability for the U.S. market in spring 2021, with plug-in models available in summer 2021. The new 2022 Tucson internal combustion models will be produced at Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) and Ulsan, Korea.
Hyundai says the new Tucson appeals to those who actively embrace the integration of technologies with their lifestyle; these open-minded consumers willingly embrace new technologies as way to immediately integrate and enhance their lives. All-wheel drive capabilities are an example of technology facilitating their active lifestyles that often includes inclement weather, adverse terrain and active outdoor adventures.