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  1. Hyundai Tuscon the unknown crossover SUV

    The first generation Tucson made its debut back in 2005, But within 5 years the production was discontinued due to poor market response. However now the game has changed, Tucson is back to give a tough competition in the premium SUV class. This 3rd generation made its first public appearance in the Geneva Motor Show 2015. The word “Tucson” is a Native American name that portrays an image of a ‘Strong Sun’ that gives a strong and bold character to the Car. After years of dedication and hard work, the Korean automaker has brought back the SUV to bridge the gap between Creta and Santa Fe. Just like the new Elantra and Creta, The exterior of the SUV has been taken from the Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 Design Philosophy. Several new features like Apple car play and Steering Adaptive Guidelines introduced in Tucson are first in its segment. The new Tucson is one hard beast to beat for its rivals. Hyundai Tucson Engine Variants:- Hyundai Tucson is available in both petrol and diesel fuel options. It has a 2.0 Litre VTVT petrol and a 2.0 CRDi diesel beast producing a tremendous amount of power and huge amount of torque. The automatic variants also get the new Drive Mode Select feature to choose among Normal, Eco and Sport modes for different sets of driving conditions. Nu 2.0 VTVT petrol 152.88 bhp and 192.21 Nm R 2.0 CRDi diesel 182.46 bhp and 400 Nm Transmission 6-speed Automatic & 6-speed Manual. Hyundai Tucson Exterior:- As mentioned above, The SUV has several new features in which many are present in the exterior. The Front consists of Hyundai’s signature hexagonal front grill along with dual barrel LED Headlamps which are first-in-segment. The Front bumper also consists of a wing-shaped horizontal bar with daytime running lights. The two-tone side garnish gives Hyundai Tucson a sporty yet refined look. In the rear, it has got twin chrome exhaust pipes with LED tail-lamps. Hyundai Tucson Interior:- Hyundai Tucson falls under the premium SUV segment and as the word suggest it is filled with all the Luxurious. Tucson comes with well-bolstered premium leather seats and beige tone brings in a sense of roominess to the interiors with convenient features rear cup holders in the second row. An 8.0 Smart HD AVN with Voice recognition navigation system and inbuilt AUX and USB are available for entertainment. Hyundai Tucson consists of a hand free smart power tailgate that is operated through its smart key moves. Hyundai Tucson Competition:- Hyundai Tucson will rival the Honda CR-V and Toyota Innova Crysta. Additionally, it will also rival against the SsangYong Rexton. · Honda CR-V · Toyota Innova Crysta · SsangYong Rexton Thank-You very much if you like this please comment and share your views and do visit. https://autophotogreek.blogspot.com/
  2. Range Rover Velar Now assembled in India

    The New Range Rover Velar has world renown Land Rover capabilities at its Core. It is the fourth member to the Range Rover SUV Family which fills the gap between the Evoque and the sport. With intelligent All wheel drive ensuring confident handling no matter how challenging the conditions. The vehicles boats a class leading depth of about 650 mm with real time information provided at the Upper Touch screen. All Terrain progress control is a state of the art system that let you set a constant speed to enhance control on challenging surfaces. The Dual touch pro Dual system with Dual HD Touch-Screens provides an intuitive and engaging new interface. The Upper screen is the infotainment hub providing the primary interface for all features. The lower screen carries climate, vehicle settings and direct input to seat controls with media and phone accessible when the upper screen is being used for another task. And when it all combines with the highly advance interactive driver display which is a state of the art system which puts Key information write where you need it. Under the Skin of the Range Rover Velar is the Light Weight Aluminium Structure which is incredibly Strong and Rigid, Resulting in a Stable and Light SUV. Configurable dynamics allows the driver to tail the driving characteristics in dynamic mode to the personal preference creating the perfect driving experience. Velar's Air suspension delivers a refined and comfortable drive and Intelligent Drive line dynamics ensures optimum grip, whatever the road conditions and an Active rear Lock differential provides control in cornering. Velar's distinctive and magnificence Range Rover designing is carried out even in the Interior of the Car. Twin sliding Arm-Rest, Configurable Moon Lighting combined with Luxurious Materials and Exceptional Craftsmanship, Create a spoke environment which is both calm & sophisticated. In the Rear there is an exceptionally spacious environment for all occupants. Velar comprises of the all new Touch Pro Dual System, Information can be split between upper and lower 10" inch HD-Touch Screens according to your own preference. The Customizable 12.3" inch interactive driver display, Delivers a choice of keen information which ensure that the Driver has all the information he require. 2018 Range Rover Velar will compete in the mid-sized Luxury Segment. It will rival head to head with Jaguar F-pace ,Porsche Macan, Volvo XC90 and Audi Q7. Jaguar F-Pace Porsche Macan Volvo XC90 Audi Q7