The Hyundai Tucson is reportedly in line to receive its next redesign sometime in 2020. Unfortunately, no details have been revealed yet as to what that will entail. The current vehicle is still relatively fresh, having been re-engineered for 2016 with more space, an optional turbocharged engine and upscale features like an available panoramic roof and driver assistance technology.
In terms of design, it's possible the next Tucson will feature styling akin to the upcoming Kona crossover. No details have been announced yet regarding powertrains. The current Tucson features a choice between a 2.0-liter base engine making 164 hp with 151 lb-ft of torque, or an available 1.6-liter turbo rated at 175 hp with 195 lb-ft. A V6 isn't available, and we expect this to continue to be the case for fuel economy.
Connectivity continues to be a strong point for the Tucson, with Android Auto and Apple Car Play available unlike Toyota, which continues to favor its own proprietary infotainment system. An array of driver assistance features such as blind spot detection, lane departure warning and more are available, although automatic emergency braking is only offered on the range-topping Limited Ultimate.
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Pictured: 2017 Tucson