Hyundai has released the prices and specifications for the latest Tucson model, which is set to join the range later this year.
Starting from £39,330, the all-new Tucson Plug-in Hybrid will be available in two trim levels – Premium and Ultimate - and will offer an all-electric range of approximately 34 miles.
Building on the standard equipment of other Tucson models, let’s take a closer look at what each trim level offers.
Premium models start from £39,330 and include 18” alloy wheels, LED headlights, 10.25" touchscreen satellite navigation with Bluelink connected car services and a 10.25" driver’s supervision instrument cluster.
Starting from £42,030, Ultimate models feature 19” wheels, leather seat facings, panoramic glass sunroof and smart electric tailgate.
Customers also have the option to add the Tech Pack with the Ultimate trim, which includes additional technology features such as electronically controlled suspension, remote smart park assist and blind spot view monitor.
Ashley Andrew, Managing Director, Hyundai Motor UK, said: “All New Tucson has received a tremendous reception from both customers and industry alike and it has quickly become a focus for the brand with its combination of styling, chassis dynamics and electrified hybrid powertrains.
"The launch of TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid will further grow its popularity, particularly within the key fleet markets with its combination of high standard specifications, zero emissions capability and low BIK.
"TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid is an important player for Hyundai in our environmental commitments and the on-going drive to lower the emissions of our vehicles.”
For more information, enquire online or call your local Hyundai dealership today.