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Old 08-22-2019, 08:02 AM
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Default 2020/1 Hyundai Tucson

Having recently received a facelift, now the new version is already out there testing; Like all new cars, it's getting a bigger grille, inline with the Santa Fee and the Nexo

https://www.carscoops.com/2019/08/ne...inspired-face/




It also looks bigger, probably making room for another, properly Qashqai based CUV between the Kona and this...
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Old 10-15-2019, 01:48 PM
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https://www.carscoops.com/2019/10/20...l-sporty-body/

More camo coming off;





Definitely going for a more daring design, with a Hyundai Nexo like (huge) grille, a Opel Insignia estate inspired big chrome strip down the C/D-pillar, and generally also an air of Lexus NX in the design.
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The more camo that comes off, the more I like it. Definitely have this on my list to consider for my next car.
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Found this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2Cr54DScFw

Chinese facelift of current model? Not sure why they'd bother.

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Yeah that’s definitely the current generation. Did China perhaps not get the facelift the rest of us got a year or so ago?
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That's for sure a China-unique facelift. The front shows some very heavy Palisade influences (LED alignment and chrome thickness).

Luckily this new model is better looking so far.
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China usually gets market specific models, and often keeps the previous generation of Hyundai around with an exclusive facelift as a cheaper alternative; China as a market is well big enough for that....
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I've never heard of either one of these websites, but they had some interior pics of the Tuscon.

https://thekoreancarblog.com/2020/03...-spied-inside/
http://www.burlappcar.com/2020/03/20...-interior.html

Quite a dramatic change from the current car and more upscale (not surprisingly) but also not particularly related to any other Hyundai product (AFAIK). Quite stylish, but I am not happy to see the capacitive buttons....

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Oh Burlapp has been around for years. He tends to get a bad rap on here, rightfully so, for inaccuracies and posting a lot of less than reliable info along with posts that seem to lack an understanding of the industry. He also never credits his sources so he comes off as just stealing info from others. That said, I still follow it because he does have intel on occasion first that ends up planning out. Follow KCB pretty well too, based on all of the info posted about Hyundai/Kia.

Re: the Tucson interior l, I’m disappointed. It’s a pretty boring design. I hope the touch capacitive controls are an Asia only aspect and the US version looks different inside. They’ve done that with our vehicles so I’m holding out hope.
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I think that center console is fugly. Just a big thick slab of screen, capacitive buttons, and vents. And I particularly hate top-stack vents (looks really dated). All that paino black will get smudged within minutes.

I much prefer the Palisade interior which puts the screen up higher and the vents below.
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