Hyundai Tucson N Line 2025: The Sporty Crossover with a New Look and More Tech – For the 2025 model year, Hyundai has given the popular small SUV the N Line trim level, which makes it look more sporty. The improved Tucson N Line has a new front-end look, a new interior with more screens and buttons, and some changes to how it works that make it better at what it does. Find out everything you need about the 2025 Hyundai Tucson N Line.
Design: Exterior and Interior
The grille and headlights on the 2025 Tucson N Line differ from the model before the update. This is the most obvious change. The grille has a honeycomb design and a gold edge around it. The headlights are thinner and have sharper edges. There are also bigger air vents and a silver skid plate on the lower hood. The side shape hasn’t changed much, but it does have new dark-finished 19-inch metal wheels. The back has new bumpers with diffusers, dual exhaust tips, and updated taillights with a full-width LED strip. There is also a N Line badge on the bumper.
The 2025 Tucson N Line also gets some interior changes, mostly to make it more comfortable and up-to-date with technology. The climate control and entertainment system now have more real buttons and knobs on the dashboard. This should make them easy to use while driving. The 10.25-inch tablet is still there, but Apple CarPlay and Android Auto can now be used wirelessly. The digital instrument panel has a new look with sporty graphics and an “N” mode showing performance details. The seats are leather and suede, with N logos and red stitching. The sportier pedals, steering wheel, and gear lever make the Tucson feel more like a sports car.
There are three different powertrain options for the 2025 Tucson N Line. These are a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine that makes 187 horsepower and 178 pound-feet of torque, a hybrid system with a 1.6-litre turbocharged engine and an electric motor that makes 226 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, and a plug-in hybrid system with the same engine and a bigger battery that makes 261 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. There is either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive on all types, and the gearbox has eight speeds.
The Tucson N Line has better handling parts, like stronger springs, dampers, and stabiliser bars. It also has faster steering and bigger brakes. The goal of these changes is to make the crossover easier to drive and turn, as well as better at stopping. The Tucson N Line also has different driving modes. One of them is an “N” mode that makes the engine response, gear shifts, steering feel, and exhaust sounds more aggressive.
Release Date and Price
The 2025 Hyundai Tucson N Line should go on sale in Europe early in 2024. Other areas will follow later that same year. The price hasn’t been released yet, but it should be more than the base Tucson, which costs $25,000 in the US. Others in its class are the Ford Escape ST-Line, the Honda CR-V Sport, and the Mazda CX-5 Turbo. The Tucson N Line will go up against them.