Stylish and sporty looking Hyundai Vaccar Tucson Sport concept wears several performance boosting accessories; comes with two different engine options
Hyundai has unveiled Vaccar Tucson Sport concept at the ongoing SEMA 2017 and the sporty SUV has grabbed everyone’s attention at the event with unique styling and loads of performance enhancing accessories. After a preview last month, the blue and silver grey painted dual tone exterior paint wearing SUV comes with an eye-catching stance.
Up front, it features a bold mesh incorporated hexagonal front grille flanked with sharp headlamps with projector units and integrated LED daytime running lights. The front bumper wears LED fog lamps, sculpted bumper, front splitter. Moving to the side profile, there are black cladding at lower side body, side skirts, sporty and muscular looking 20-inch black alloy wheels with violet coloured brake calipers. The wheels come wrapped with Continental Extreme Contact Sport tyres. Rear profile of the SUV sports roof spoiler, wraparound taillights and black rear diffuser.
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Not only exterior, inside the cabin too, this SUV features several modifications. The seats come wearing grey Katzkin leather treatment with Fog Suedezkin accents and blue contrast stitching as well. It is also fitted with AutoMeter triple gauge pod and there is an Android powered 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
The customisation studio has equipped the cabin with two separate 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system for the rear occupants. Apart from that, there is a custom sound system as well delivering premium quality audio experience.
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Hyundai Vaccar Tucson Sport comes in two different engine options. These include a 2.0-litre engine capable of churning out 164 hp of peak power and 204 Nm of peak torque. Other unit is a 1.6-litre turbocharged engine capable of pumping out 175 hp of peak power and 264 Nm of peak torque. It also gets an AEM air intake and a Mishimoto G-Line intercooler. Vaccar has installed a new oil-catch tank, cat-back exhaust and Magnaflow mufflers.