Looking for a crossover with a slightly more aggressive aesthetic? This one's for you.

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The Hyundai Tucson Night will be sold in limited quantities.

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It sports a blacked-out aesthetic thanks to a dark-tinted panoramic sunroof, black side mirror covers and black, 19-inch RAYS wheels.

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I wish I could say the aesthetic continues to the interior, but I'd be lying if I did.

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The only additions to the Tucson's interior are aluminum sport pedals, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and LED map lights.

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The Tucson Night is based on the Tucson Sport model.

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Power comes from a 175-horsepower, 195 pound-foot, 1.6-liter I4 engine.

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Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is available, as well.

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The Tucson Night will go on sale in limited quantities later this year.

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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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