In official sketches issued by the Korean automaker, the next-gen Hyundai Tucson N Line has been previewed. The renders offer a preview of the forthcoming, sportier version of the Hyundai Tucson SUV 2021, which debuted earlier this year in September.
The teaser photos show that the new Tucson N Line builds on the standard fourth-gen SUV’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design language, with edgier styling signals imparting a sporty character. For the primary headlamp system, it gets a more aggressive front bumper profile and sharply-cut housings. Lower down, thanks to a revamped mesh pattern and a thicker rim, the central air dam seems more pronounced as well.
In addition to N Line badging on the front fenders, the N Line Tucson also gets blacked-out treatment for the windshield, window surround, A-B-C pillars and wing mirrors. Also exclusive to the sporty SUV are the intricately crafted, dual-tone alloy wheels. A sharply cut bumper and a more prominent diffuser feature, along with twin, oval-shaped exhaust tips, are marked out at the back of the N Line variant.
Although Hyundai did not give a look at the interiors, expect the cabin to follow the N Line ethos of the brand and feature sporty accents such as a dark paint scheme with contrast stitching, N Line badging, metal pedals, and front seats that are sporty. “Hyundai notes that” differentiating interior details “will be provided by the Tucson N Line, and that” special equipment and paint choices are also expected for production models. Expect further information to be announced in the coming weeks as the Tucson N Line is officially unveiled.