Hyundai has announced prices and specs for the Tucson N Line, with a choice of engines and FWD, the Tucson N Line starts at £25,995.
Just like the ‘Premium’ car makers, Hyundai now has a badge that evokes its performance models but without the power – N Line.
The latest N Line to be revealed – the Tucson N Line – was revealed in March as Hyundai decided to add N Performance looks to their SUV before an actual Tucson N arrives, and now it goes on sale in the UK.
The titivations you’d expect from an N Line mode, are all present an correct, with sport bumpers, dark mesh grille, black mirrors, spoiler and 19″ alloys, N-Branded suede sports seats, red stitching, alloy pedals and an N Branded steering wheel.
The N Line also gets a few mechanical tweaks including to the steering for more direct feel and the suspension for greater rigidity.
Prices start at £25,995 for the N Line 1.6 T-GDi with 175bhp which gets heated front seats, Keyless, Climate, parking sensors and privacy glass, as well as standard fitting for safety stuff like AEB, Downhill Brake, Speed Limit, TPM, Trailer Assist, Active Bonnet and an 8″ Touchscreen Infotainment with DAB, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Also of offer is the new 48V 1.6 CRDi Hybrid with MHSG able to add up to 16bhp when needed, adding a bit of extra torque and cutting fuel consumption under light acceleration. It costs from £27,760 (and adding a DCT, to either model, costs £1,290).
Available in a choice of seven colours, the Hyundai Tucson N Line officially goes on sale in the UK on 30 May.