All-new Hyundai Tucson gets N Line trim

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The all-new Hyundai Tucson contract hire SUV has had the sporty N Line trim added to the range.

The sporty N Line trim has been added to the all-new contract hire Hyundai Tucson range.

The Tucson is the firm’s bestselling model in Europe and with the N Line, drivers can enjoy improved connectivity, comfort and a futuristic design.

The distinctive exterior is sportier, and the interior is also different so drivers get to enjoy a different driving experience.

Just like the recently launched Tucson, the N Line features sharp lines and angles to make the SUV stand out from a crowded segment.

Hyundai Tucson N Line lease

Equipment for the Hyundai Tucson N Line lease includes sportier and stronger 19-inch alloy wheels.

There’s also the option of a ‘phantom black roof’ and various exterior colours.

Interior features include N branded sports seats and red stitching is woven into the armrest, door trim and leather seat coverings.

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There’s also a dedicated N steering wheel that features the N Line logo, which is also on the leather gear stick knob.

Tested and developed in Europe to meet the needs of European drivers, the N Line offers a better ride with adaptive damping technology.

This optional electronically controlled suspension controls automatically the N Line’s suspension setup to deliver driving performance and comfort.

Essentially, the system works by taking into account the car’s speed, acceleration and the road surface to calculate the damping force needed for the wheel to reduce pitch and roll.

The N Line has a choice of engines of 1.6-litre petrol engines with a 48V hybrid setup that produces either 150 PS or 180 PS.

Alternatively, the N Line comes with a hybrid choice producing 230 PS or a plug-in hybrid delivering 265 PS. However, the plug-in and hybrid variants will not be available until summer.

Tucson N Line car lease

Equipment for the Tucson N Line car lease includes a fully configurable digital cockpit with a new 10.25-inch screen for the instrument display.

The 10.25-inch touchscreen is home to the firm’s ‘connected car services’ that deliver a high-tech user experience.

There’s also three-zone climate control, along with lots of driver and active safety systems packages.

Hyundai says the N Line is one of the safest vehicles currently available with a range of safety features including a blind-spot monitor that will display the car’s side view when a turn signal is activated.