2020 Hyundai Tucson N Line – More Sporty, More Power
2020 Hyundai Tucson N Line | The Tucson is Hyundai’s first SUV to benefit from the N Line sports finish. An option that gives it a more muscular design and, in some cases, a reworked suspension.
The Hyundai Tucson N Line is recognizable at first glance. With its black chrome grille, black 19-inch wheels, rear spoiler, and dual round exhaust, it looks like a sports car. The interior follows the same trend and is adorned with red stitching including the steering wheel, gear shift knob, and sport seats combining leather and suede.
Redesigned bumpers and a dark mesh-pattern grille framed by dark chrome provide a strong first impression. Furthermore, dark 19″ alloy wheels, as well as side mirror housings and a rear spoiler in glossy black, emphasize the car’s sporting attitude. Black-bezel headlamps, unique daytime running lights and LED design and darkened window frames in combination with body-colored door handles also create a more dynamic look for the Tucson N Line.
2020 Hyundai Tucson N Line Engine Specs
Three engines will be proposed on the Tucson N Line. On the diesel side, there will be a choice between the 1.6-liter CRDI (136 horses) and the 2-liter CRDI (185 horses). For unleaded enthusiasts, there will be only one option: the 1.6-liter T-GDI of 177 horsepower. Both diesel engines are the only ones to benefit from a light hybridization system. A strange choice, since this technology is designed to reduce fuel consumption (and therefore CO2 emissions), a discipline in which diesel is better than gasoline at the origin.
Offering an output of 136 kW/185 Horsepower, the 2.0-litre CRDi 48V mild hybrid engine is the most powerful in the New Tucson’s powertrain line-up. Another well-balanced option is the 130 kW/177-PS 1.6l T-GDI petrol powertrain. All engines meet the new Euro 6d Temp emission standards.
The Tucson N Line is available in two-wheel drive or AWD version. If you opt for the small diesel engine, the N Line finish will bring only aesthetic touch-ups. Equipped with the other two engines, however, the 2020 Hyundai Tucson N Line will benefit from a direction and suspensions recalibrated for more dynamic behavior.