Hyundai Tucson N Line Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid specs and prices announced
18 June 2021
Author: Sean Keywood
Hyundai has confirmed specs and prices for the Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid versions of its Tucson SUV in the N Line equipment grade.
N Line spec features sporty exterior styling features such as an enhanced front grille, larger front air intake, black headlight bezels, a larger rear spoiler, a rear diffuser, twin-tip muffler exhausts, and 19in alloy wheels.
Other standard equipment with N Line spec includes leather and suede seat trim, dual zone climate control, LED DRLs, LED headlights and tail lights, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, a 10.25in digital instrument cluster, and a 10.25in touchscreen sat-nav with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity.
Standard safety features include autonomous emergency braking, lane follow assist, lane keep assist, intelligent speed limit assist, multi-collision braking and driver attention warning.
An N Line S equipment grade is also available, bringing further features including three-zone climate control, LED interior lighting, a panoramic sunroof, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, a heated steering wheel, an electric tailgate, a Krell premium audio system, blind spot collision avoidance assist, and rear cross traffic warning.
The Tucson Hybrid features a 230hp powertrain, with CO2 emissions of 131g/km on the WLTP cycle, while the Plug-in Hybrid offers 265hp, official CO2 emissions of 31g/km, and a pure electric driving range of up to 38 miles.
Prices are £34,900 for an N Line Hybrid, £36,820 for an N Line S Hybrid, £39,330 for an N Line Plug-in Hybrid, and £41,250 for an N Line S Plug-in Hybrid.