Hyundai says it’s launching the first model to hit the US market with the launch of the Hyundai Tucson, a new hatchback with a base price of $31,200.
The vehicle is a $6,000 upgrade over the current model, the Tucson Sport, and offers more interior space and features.
The Tucson has an all-new front fascia, a rear spoiler and a higher roofline, which helps it get more ground clearance.
The sedan also has a new rear seat for a person sitting in the front.
The new Hyundai Tucson comes in four trim levels: the Base, Sport, Ultimate and Sedan.
The base Tucson starts at $32,200 and the Ultimate comes in at $34,200, while the sedan costs $35,000.
The top model, however, will be the top of the line.
Hyundai says the Tucson will be available with a 1.6-liter turbocharged turbocharged engine, a 3.0-liter twin-turbo diesel engine, and a 6-speed manual transmission.
It will be offered with four-wheel drive, and it will come standard with a 15-inch alloy wheels.
It is the first vehicle to offer the Hyundai Intelligent Drive technology.
Hyundai also says the Hyundai Touring will be released in September and that the next model, a convertible, will follow in 2018.