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buying 2022 Hyundai Tucson PHEV Revealed, Offers 32-Mile Electric Range

04:42  22 march  2021
04:42  22 march  2021 Source:   caranddriver.com

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Hyundai says the 2022 Tucson PHEV will offer up 32 miles of electric -only range from a full charge with its 13.8-kWh battery pack. Hyundai estimates fuel economy will be in the 70-MPGe range . To keep the pack topped up, the vehicle supports up Level 2 charging up to 7.2 kW and, like most PHEVs , is engineered more for at-home overnight charging instead of being hooked up to charging stations in the wild. Powering the Tucson PHEV will be a 261-hp 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine connected to Hyundai 's six-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle has a tow rating of 2000

" Tucson ’s plug -in hybrid and hybrid models focus on a balanced combination of fun-to-drive performance coupled with excellent economy, compared with a pure efficiency focus at the compromise of driving engagement by many competitors." Here is a new photo gallery of the 2022 Hyundai Tucson PHEV expected 50 km (31 miles ) of WLTP all- electric range expected 28 miles (45 km) of EPA all- electric range estimated fuel economy of over 70 MPGe. 13.8 kWh battery 360 V system, battery output 88 kW. all-wheel drive.

a car parked on the side of a road: The plug-in Tucson will be available this summer. © Hyundai The plug-in Tucson will be available this summer.
  • Hyundai unveiled the 2022 Tucson plug-in hybrid with 32 miles of electric-only range.
  • This Tucson will compete with the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime in the plug-in corner of the compact-SUV segment.
  • The 2022 Tucson PHEV will be available this summer.

In addition to U.S. specs on the upcoming 2022 Tucson N-Line, today Hyundai also released details on the 2022 Tucson plug-in hybrid (PHEV). These vehicles will join the regular gas-powered and hybrid models of the Tucson and bring the variant count to four. The plug-in version of the compact SUV will take on Toyota's surprisingly quick RAV4 Prime PHEV and be available this summer.

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The redesigned 2022 Hyundai Tucson comes with a larger engine, hybrid and plug -in hybrid options, a sharp new design, more standard tech, and a new trim hierarchy that's 0-,500 more expensive than the 2021 Tucson . The automaker announced details of the forthcoming N-Line and plug -in A pair of fuel-efficient and hybrid powertrains highlight the mechanical upgrades, with a plug -in hybrid with 32 miles of range with standard all-wheel drive. The bees in this bonnet are the daring design and comprehensive standard technology features. Bulging wheel arches and creased door panels flex the

The next-gen Hyundai Tucson has already been revealed in Korea, but only a few details were available at the time. We saw the wild new design, and were treated to some powertrain figures, but that’s about it. Now, Hyundai has given us Americans a full rundown with detailed photos inside and Specifically, hybrid models will have what Hyundai is calling e-Handling technology that “precisely applies electric motor torque control according to dynamic inputs and road conditions to improve cornering performance.” Hyundai says the electric motor system applies incremental braking force to

Hyundai says the 2022 Tucson PHEV will offer up 32 miles of electric-only range from a full charge with its 13.8-kWh battery pack. Hyundai estimates fuel economy will be in the 70-MPGe range. To keep the pack topped up, the vehicle supports up Level 2 charging up to 7.2 kW and, like most PHEVs, is engineered more for at-home overnight charging instead of being hooked up to charging stations in the wild.


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Powering the Tucson PHEV will be a 261-hp 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine connected to Hyundai's six-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle has a tow rating of 2000 pounds and like the rest of the Tucson lineup, and it's available with all-wheel drive with a dedicated Snow mode.

Its natural PHEV rival is the Toyota RAV4 Prime. The Toyota appears to best the Tucson in electric-only range with an EPA-rated 42 miles. Hyundai hasn't yet released pricing information, but we estimate the Tucson PHEV will start at approximately $35,000 making it roughly $4000 cheaper than the more expensive RAV4 Prime, which starts at $39,220.

The 2022 Tucson plug-in hybrid will be available in showrooms this summer.

Tested: 2022 Hyundai Tucson 2.5L Is Dazzling but Slow .
The base 2.5-liter four makes a case for the compelling new Tucson's more-powerful hybrid model.Despite the outgoing Tucson's dowdy looks, that compact crossover was Hyundai's bestselling model worldwide. Its replacement builds on that momentum by continuing to lead the company's U.S. sales, suggesting the comparatively bold appearance of the latest model is enticing more customers than it's offending. Admittedly, we were skeptical after our first peek at its radical design's jutting surfaces and sharp edges. Thankfully, the new Tucson is prettier in person than it is in photos.

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