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The redesigned 2019 Tucson enters the highly competitive compact CUV market with upgrades inside and out, including a new cascading grille, new center stack design, more advanced safety features and available Qi wireless charging. Following 12 consecutive monthly sales records for the current model year, the 2019 Tucson is positioned for even greater sales success, with expanded features such as standard Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™, standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, available second-row USB charger and Surround View Monitor. Eighty-nine percent of 2019 model year Tucsons will have these technologies included and the vehicle will be arriving in dealerships this fall. The 2019 Tucson is the fifth of eight new or re-engineered CUVs Hyundai is debuting by 2020. Interior Design Changes New center stack design New panel vent design New leather seat design New rearview mirror New cluster Expanded features Standard: 7-inch Display Audio system with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ Blue Link® Connected Car System with three years of complimentary Blue Link services Standard: Shark-fin antenna The newly refined 2019 Tucson offers more advanced technology features including a second-row USB charger in the SEL trim and Qi wireless device charging in the Limited trim to address modern-day consumer needs. The center stack, rearview mirror and instrument cluster have been enhanced as well. The 2019 Tucson is loaded with technology, including Hyundai’s latest 7-inch Display Audio system with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ as standard equipment. Furthermore, Blue Link® Connected Car System with three years of complimentary Blue Link services is available starting with Value trim. A second row USB charger was added in the SEL trim and, to eliminate the need for a charging cord in the Limited trim, there is an available Qi wireless charging pad for compatible Android devices, as well as Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Blue Link® Connected Car System Tucson Blue Link-equipped models include three years of complimentary Blue Link services, with enhanced safety, diagnostic, remote and voice guidance services. Blue Link brings connectivity directly into the car with technologies like Remote Start with Climate Control, Remote Door Lock/Unlock, Car Finder, Enhanced Roadside Assistance and Stolen Vehicle Recovery. Blue Link features can be accessed via buttons on the rearview mirror, the MyHyundai.com web portal, the MyHyundai with Blue Link smartphone app, the Amazon® Alexa Blue Link skill and the Blue Link Google Assistant app. Some features can also be controlled via Android Wear™ and Apple Watch™ smartwatch apps. The latest release of the Blue Link smartphone app includes: Widgets for easy access to remote features Ability to send Point-of-Interest data to vehicle navigation system (if so equipped) Access to Blue Link notification settings Subscribe now : https://goo.gl/M7yJtf Follow us Facebook : https://www.fb.me/4drivetime twitter : https://twitter.com/4Drivetime
The hydrogen-fueled Nexo is Hyundai’s eco-friendly flagship, packed with state-of-the-art tech. Its 95-kW fuel cell and 40-kW battery power an electric motor that makes 291 lb-ft of torque. Although the crossover is slow (a claimed zero to 60 mph in 9.5 seconds), its estimated range is an impressive 370 miles. However, the Nexo will be sold only in California when it launches in late 2018. High-tech features include advanced blind-spot monitoring, semi-autonomous assists, and remote parking. 2019 Hyundai Nexo: A Bigger, Better Fuel-Cell SUV The company's first dedicated fuel-cell platform makes its debut. Hyundai employed a rather unconventional approach for the rollout of its fuel-cell SUV that will replace the current hydrogen-powered Tucson. The automaker first pulled the curtain off the new vehicle in mid-2017 without revealing full details. Now, during the tech circus known as CES (formerly called the Consumer Electronics Show), the Korean brand has spilled the specifics on the Nexo, which is what the new SUV will be called. Hyundai’s long-term plan is to introduce 18 production hybrid, electric, or fuel-cell vehicles worldwide by 2025. In the United States, the brand already offers hybrid versions of the Ioniq and Sonata, plus the Ioniq Electric, and has plans for an Ioniq plug-in hybrid as well as an electric version of its upcoming Kona subcompact crossover. With the Nexo, the brand will have its first dedicated fuel-cell platform. At 183.9 inches long, 73.2 inches wide, and 64.2 inches high, the Nexo is 10.3 inches longer, 1.5 inches wider, and 1.0 inch lower than the Tucson Fuel Cell. Its wheelbase is 5.9 inches longer as well. The battery pack in the Nexo is located in the trunk rather than the floor, where it sits in the Tucson. The Nexo’s fuel-cell stack is smaller than the Tucson’s, but the overall package provides more total energy: a 95-kW fuel cell paired with a 40-kW battery pack versus a 100-kW fuel cell and a 24-kW battery pack. The Nexo is good for an estimated 370 miles of range, a significant improvement over the Tucson’s 265 miles. Once the hydrogen tanks are empty, the Nexo can be refueled in five minutes, according to Hyundai. The issue of finding a hydrogen station remains, however, as the supporting infrastructure is severely limited. The fuel cell and battery pack work together to feed a 161-hp electric motor that generates 291 lb-ft of torque, up 27 horsepower and 70 lb-ft compared with the Tucson. Nobody is touting fuel-cell vehicles as speed machines, the Nexo included, although its claimed 9.5-second zero-to-60-mph time chops three seconds off the Tucson’s figure. Hyundai pointed out that the new powertrain is smaller and lighter and that all of the moving parts are located in the engine bay to reduce noise in the cabin. The components also have been bolstered to handle temperatures as cold as 20 degrees below zero and as hot as 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The Nexo boasts other advanced technology as well, including a new blind-spot-monitoring system that uses wide-angle cameras on both sides of the vehicle; it displays the view to the rear and sides on a screen in the center cluster during lane changes. Semi-autonomous features include lane-following assist, which can center the vehicle in a lane at speeds up to 90 mph, and highway-driving assist, which can adjust speeds using mapping information. A remote park-assist feature is available to park and retrieve the car and can be operated with or without a driver on board. Read More https://www.caranddriver.com/hyundai/nexo "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Since its introduction, Hyundai has sold more then 1.5 million Santa Fe models in America. With the introduction of this 2019 model, the latest Santa Fe has a much more distinctive look and the availability of a torque rich diesel powertrain. It should satisfy the crossover hungry American market when it goes on sale later this year.
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