Production for the Korean market is expected to start in the last quarter of 2009, with sales in the States starting in mid-2010 – likely making the all-new Tucson a 2011 model year offering in North America. Sources are saying to expect only 4-cylinder powerplants, including a turbocharged model after the initial launch. While insiders told us they had some pretty modern designs on the drawing boards, the Hyundai decision makers went for a traditional, yet new (and 'safe') look for the small crossover.
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