Hyundai Tucson vs Volkswagen Tiguan R-Line 2021.
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All-new Tucson customers can choose from nine exterior colours overall, including three new ones: Shimmering Silver, Amazon Gray and Teal. Moreover, the option of a two-tone roof in either a Phantom Black or Dark Knight offers customers even more scope for personalisation. Each exterior body colour can be combined with a two-tone roof.
Refraining from traditional drawing and sketching methods, Hyundai’s designers developed the all-new Tucson’s futuristic design elements through geometric algorithms produced by cutting-edge digital technology. This process, known as “parametric dynamics”, utilises lines, faces, angles and shapes created through digital data to create unprecedented, bold design aesthetics. As a result, prominent geometric patterns known as “parametric jewels” appear throughout the SUV’s design, giving it a progressive character.
The most prominent display of these parametric jewels is on the vehicle’s front grille, where Parametric Hidden Lights provide a strong first impression. When the lights are off, the front of the vehicle appears covered in dark, geometric patterns, with no distinction between it and the signature LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs), which are seamlessly integrated into the grille. Thanks to state-of-the-art half-mirror lighting technology, when the DRLs are switched on, the dark chrome appearance of the grille transforms into jewel-like shapes, bringing an eye-catching element to an otherwise sleek appearance.
Parametric jewels also feature as a prominent design element on the side of the vehicle. Chiseled surfaces create a striking contrast between a sleek silhouette and masculine wedge, suggesting forward motion even when standing still. Taut athletic shapes seamlessly merge into angular wheel arches, where alloy wheels provide a powerful and dynamic stance. The Tucson’s sporty sensibility is accentuated through a chrome accent line with an edged parabolic shape, starting on the side mirrors and continuing all the way to the C-pillar. From the side view, the wrap-around doors are complemented by a sharp and bold side character line, which sits in harmony with the robust and rugged look of the dynamic and angulated wheel arches.
On the rear, wide tail lamps with parametric hidden light details continue the design theme. The all-new Tucson’s rear bumper also integrates parametric pattern details with a three-dimensional effect, coupled with a sporty garnish.
The Volkswagen Tiguan is Europe’s most successful Sports Utility Vehicle and one of the top-selling SUVs in the world. More than six million units have been produced to date. In 2019, the Tiguan was again the most popular model of the brand and entire Volkswagen Group, with around 911,000 units produced. Volkswagen is now showcasing a comprehensive update of the best-selling vehicle as part of its world premiere. Ralf Brandstätter who has today been appointed the new CEO of the Volkswagen brand: “We launched our global SUV strategy with the second-generation Tiguan in 2016. It served as the basis for many successful models worldwide. Volkswagen is now taking the next step by electrifying, digitalising and networking the new Tiguan.
New all-wheel drive: 4MOTION system with selective wheel torque control lends the Tiguan R-Line a new level of SUV driving dynamics. New infotainment systems: third-generation modular infotainment matrix (MIB3) offers the best possible online connectivity for the Tiguan.
The Tiguan’s current product range is based on four specification lines. The basic Tiguan version includes elements, such as 17-inch Montana alloy wheels, LED headlights, leather multi-function steering wheel, Premium multi-function display, proactive occupant protection system in combination with Front Assist and the new MIB3 Infotainment system generation’s Composition radio (with eight speakers). Above this is the “Life” specification line. The two top-of-the-range lines in the new Tiguan are “Elegance” and “R-Line”. The more sophisticated equipment lines include additional features as well as assist and convenience systems as standard to either lend the Tiguan an elegant (Elegance) or more sporty appearance (R-Line). New assist systems, such as Travel Assist, thanks to which the Tiguan offers assisted driving up to speeds of 210 km/h, provide added convenience and are optionally available. The Tiguan can also be upgraded with numerous optional equipment, such as tilting and sliding panoramic sunroof or towing bracket or the vehicle is always online thanks to the most recent MIB3 Infotainment system generation.