2021 Hyundai Tucson previewed by Vision T concept

The Vision T concept at the 2019 LA Auto Show is a very accurate preview of the radically redesigned 2021 Hyundai Tucson SUV.

Gone are the snoozy lines of today’s car, and these are replaced with sharp creases, aggressive fender flares, and nice details that are part of the company’s new “Sensuous Sportiness” design language.

The headlights and grille are tightly integrated, and there are lighting pods integrated into the grille.

Add framed windows, door handles, mirrors, downsize the wheels/tires, and shrink down the fender flares a bit, and you have next year’s fourth generation Tucson.

The Vision T is a plug-in hybrid, but no details about the powertrain have been revealed.


Length: 4,610mm | 181.5″
Width: 2,014mm | 79.3″
Height: 1,704mm | 67.1″
Wheelbase: 2,804mm | 110.4″

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Joshua Thompson

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2021 Hyundai Tucson previewed by Vision T concept