Hyundai has unveiled two new additions to the 2022 Tucson lineup, the new sportier N Line and the greener Plug-in Hybrid version.
The Tucson Plug-in Hybrid has 261 horsepower, while its 13.8 kWh gives it an all-electric range of 32 miles. The plug-in hybrid can be recharged in under two hours on a Level 2 charger. The Tucson PHEV can also tow up to 2,000 pounds and is available with all-wheel drive.
The Tucson N Line adds a sportier touch to the compact SUV with its more aggressive front and rear fascias, unique 19-inch wheels and black trim. Inside the leather and fabric seats feature red accents, there’s a Bose audio system and metal pedals.
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson N Line is scheduled to arrive this spring, while the Tucson Plug-in Hybrid will arrive this summer. The pricing for the regular 2022 Tucson starts at $26,135.