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Hyundai Unveils Tucson N Line Model with Stylish Upgrades

Jawad  07 Dec 2023   271
Hyundai Unveils Tucson N Line Model with Stylish Upgrades

Hyundai Unveils Tucson N Line Model with Stylish Upgrades

Hyundai has introduced the sporty N Line variant of the new Tucson, following the release of pre-debut images by Hyundai Europe. The N Line model, coinciding with the market launch of the updated compact crossover in its home country, showcases discreet modifications in the headlights and a distinct grille compared to the pre-facelift model. The Tucson N Line features exclusive 19-inch wheels and a revised front bumper, with the regular variant revealing a redesigned rear, including changes to the lower lights and bumper design.

    

While yet to be confirmed for the United States, the 2025 Tucson reveals a more conventional button layout, a repositioned gear selector on the steering wheel column, and dual 12.3-inch screens inspired by recent Hyundai models. Notably, the iconic "H" badge on the steering wheel is replaced by four dots representing Morse code for the letter "H," and the climate settings panel receives an update, contributing to a "floating" console. Hyundai aims to enhance cabin quietness through various measures, including double-laminated glass, two-stage dampers at the front axle, a chunkier floor carpet, and increased noise insulation material.


In a distinct automotive realm, Mercedes continues to uphold the V12 tradition with the AMG-powered Pagani Utopia. A new video from Pagani showcases the handcrafted twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12, generating a potent 852 hp and 811 lb-ft for the Utopia supercar. This unique engine, built by a single AMG employee who signs their work, allows enthusiasts to enjoy a seven-speed manual transmission option. Despite the availability of an AMG hybrid V8, Pagani opted to retain the V12 and rear-wheel-drive setup for the Utopia, resulting in a lighter and faster final car with a remarkably low dry weight of 1,280 kilograms (2,622 pounds).

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