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Hyundai announces new Tucson SUV


Hyundai has announced its new Tucson SUV.

"The all-new Tucson is a bold new car that represents another leap forward for Hyundai," said Tony Whitehorn, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor.

"With a fantastic design and advanced technologies, it makes a strong statement about where the Hyundai brand is heading and provides a highly competitive vehicle in the important C-SUV segment."

Engines available are two 1.6-litre petrol options and two 2.0-litre diesel options, all meeting Euro 6 emissions standards.

The Tucson will include autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist, blind spot detection and rear traffic cross alert. An automatic tailgate and parking assist are also options.

The sat-nav system is also set to include a seven-year subscription to the TomTom Live update service.

The car will be produced for the European market at Hyundai's Czech Republic factory.

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