Building on the Tucson Sport, this small-batch crossover adds some impressive upgrades to the mix.
Looking for a crossover with a slightly more aggressive aesthetic? This one's for you.
The Hyundai Tucson Night will be sold in limited quantities.
It sports a blacked-out aesthetic thanks to a dark-tinted panoramic sunroof, black side mirror covers and black, 19-inch RAYS wheels.
I wish I could say the aesthetic continues to the interior, but I'd be lying if I did.
The only additions to the Tucson's interior are aluminum sport pedals, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and LED map lights.
The Tucson Night is based on the Tucson Sport model.
Power comes from a 175-horsepower, 195 pound-foot, 1.6-liter I4 engine.
Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available, as well.
The Tucson Night will go on sale in limited quantities later this year.
Pricing isn't yet confirmed, but it's safe to say it will cost a bit more than the $25,900 Tucson Sport.
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