It was not long ago that Hyundai introduced the new Tucson and now the top model is immediately following – the Tucson N-Line. We have all the information, as well as image and video material for the sporty Tucson version for you.
If the new Hyundai Tucson is not sporty enough, the Tucson N-Line is sure to find the right equipment. Hyundai has presented the top version of the SUV and combines the usual comfort with an even more dynamic exterior and sporty details in the interior.
It will be a while before the Tucson N-Line goes on sale, but in the meantime, you can receive offers from Hyundai’s other N-Line or N-models. You might find something there too!
Take a look at what Tucson has to offer and then find out the exact details of the N-Line!
Prices and the start of sales
On January 27, 2021, Hyundai presented the Tucson N-Line. The start of sales is scheduled to begin in spring 2021, a more precise date is not yet known. What is also certain is that there should also be an N-Line for the hybrid variants. This will probably follow in summer. As for the price, Hyundai has not yet commented on it. But if you look at the Kona and the Kona N-Line, we assume that you could get the Tucson in the N-Line from around 33,000 euros.
Engines and driving behavior
The Tucson N-Line has a sporty design, which is why you can of course also optionally order an adaptive chassis, with which you can lie more flexibly on the road and are more versatile. This is also ensured by adaptive damping, which adapts to the driving situation and is intended to ensure a high level of driving comfort. When steering, the N-Line reacts a little faster and more consistently to steering commands, so that you can drive more dynamically.
When it comes to engines, there will be a good selection. The N-Line will also be offered in the most powerful drive variants of the Tucson and the hybrid versions. There will be a four-cylinder engine with a 1.6-liter displacement. This does the following in the different versions:
- Hyundai Tucson 48-volt hybrid (petrol): 180 hp
- Hyundai Tucson Hybrid: 230 hp
- Hyundai Tucson Plug-in Hybrid: 265 hp
- Hyundai Tucson 48-volt hybrid (diesel): 136 hp
Hyundai Tucson N-Line 2021 Technical data and exterior design
The N-Line versions of the Hyundai models are characterized by a progressive design with sharply drawn lines. So with the Tucson. The new front, which looks like it was made from one piece, shows the daytime running lights after the engine has started – but this is of course also the case with the normal Tucson. The new design philosophy “Sensuous Sportiness” is expressed in the N-Line through even finer and sportier details.
The radiator grille is wider on the N-Line than on the classic model. Also, the N-Line logo is integrated into the grill. The bumper is also larger, which creates an even sportier look. Black bezels around the headlights, the silver-colored underrun protection, and overall finer edges distinguish the N-Line from the other equipment lines.
On the side of the vehicle, there are also trim strips painted in the vehicle color, a window line in black and the optional Phantom Black exterior mirrors complete the dynamic design.
At the rear, you can see that the roof spoiler on the N-Line has been lengthened a bit and is now provided with fins. Standard 19-inch alloy wheels in a very sporty star design blend well with the rest of the look. The wheel arches and protective strips are of course also painted in the vehicle color.
Hyundai Tucson N-Line 2021 Interior
The interior of the Tucson already impressed us before, the N-Line only makes it better. As Hyundai itself says, flowing forms that are inspired by waterfalls should dominate the interior. On closer inspection, you can see that on the center console.
The seats are decorated with the N logo and are made of a combination of leather and suede with red contrasting stitching. These can also be found on the interior door panels, armrests, and steering wheel. The N logo can also be seen on the steering wheel, just like on the gear knob. The headliner is black, which gives it a sportier touch overall. The pedals are made of aluminum, just like the footrest and the door sill.
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Infotainment and assistance systems are of course also state-of-the-art here. The special features of the N-Line are the fully digital and configurable dual cockpit with two monitors of 10.25 inches each. The multi-air mode comes as standard, combining direct and indirect ventilation nozzles when using the air conditioning or heating. Gentle air currents are created, creating a pleasant atmosphere.
Thanks to the 3-zone automatic air conditioning, those who ride in the back can also enjoy warm or cold air. Several optional safety systems such as a blind spot assistant, a motorway assistant, or a parking assistant with remote control make the Tucson N-Line a safe vehicle.