Hyundai has expanded the range of its Tucson N-Line, which now includes hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions.
Launched earlier this year, the N-Line brings sportier looks to Hyundai’s popular Tucson SUV, with changes including sportier looking bumpers, a black styling kit, a more aggressive twin exhaust system and striking 19-inch alloy wheels.
Hyundai just introduced the model with a standard turbocharged petrol engine and mild-hybrid petrol, but the firm is now introducing its full hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains to the range.
Both of these cars feature the same basic turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine, which in the standard hybrid is combined with a 1.49kWh battery and electric motor to deliver a combined 227bhp and 350Nm of torque.
The plug-in hybrid is four-wheel-drive, and adds a second motor that takes the power up to 262bhp. It also features a larger 13.8kWh battery that enables a claimed electric range of 38 miles, allowing for CO2 emissions of 31g/km.
Two trim levels are available, the N-Line and N-Line S. Standard equipment on the N-Line includes LED headlights, a reversing camera, keyless entry and a digital dial display and touchscreen both measuring 10.25 inches. Prices start from £34,900 for the Hybrid and £39,330 for the Plug-in Hybrid.
Upgrading to the N-Line S adds three-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, adaptive cruise control and a heated steering wheel. An electric boot and eight-speaker Krell sound system are also included. Prices for this version start from £36,820 for the Hybrid and £41,250 for the Plug-in Hybrid.Enquire on a new Hyundai Tucson