In Russia, started selling the sports Hyundai Tucson N Line

Hyundai Motor CIS begins sales of the Hyundai Tucson N Line sports car in Russia.

The exclusive Hyundai Tucson N Line differs from the standard version in the design of the front bumper and the grille trim in dark chrome. Also present are parts painted in black. Among them are moldings, headlight elements, lining on the front and rear bumpers, as well as exterior mirrors and a spoiler.
Designers also added new daytime running lights, 19-inch black sports wheels, Continental tires and N Line brand emblems. Russian buyers are offered 9 color options, including the original Shadow Gray color. Inside, there are N Line emblems on the backs of the front seats and the gear lever. Armchairs are trimmed with leather and suede, on the steering wheel and dashboard there is a red stitching.

The all-wheel drive model is equipped with a powerful 2.0 CRDi diesel engine (185 hp) and an 8-speed automatic transmission. Hyundai Tucson N Line is offered to Russian buyers in two trim levels: Dynamic or High-Tech.
The maximum recommended retail price for a Dynamic vehicle will be 2 199 000 rubles. The package includes LED headlights and lanterns, a navigation system with an 8-inch screen, a keyless entry system and an engine start button, an electric tailgate opener, an electronic parking brake, an electric driver’s seat in 10 directions, dual-zone climate control, steering wheel heating, front and rear seats and a wireless charger.

Tucson N Line in the top configuration High-Tech costs 2,349,000 rubles. This version additionally includes a panoramic sunroof, electric front-passenger seat in 8 directions, as well as Smart Sense active safety systems: automatic braking system (FCA), adaptive cruise control (SCC), car lane keeping assist (LKA) ), a blind spot monitoring system (BCW), a side collision warning system when leaving the reverse parking lot (RCCW), an automatic high beam assistant (HBA), and a driver tracking system (DAW).

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