• Hyundai’s Santa Cruz Crossover Truck

Hyundai’s Santa Cruz Crossover Truck (Photo : Reuters)

Hyundai Motor America CEO Dave Zuchowski has announced that the corporation is developing a new compact crossover.

Zuchowski revealed that the new Creta will not arrive in the United States as the style used to develop the model is too traditional, Red Drum reported. He added that the model is a great young vehicle, and the company believes entering the market requires that the model be redesigned to be less conventional and more aggressive.

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Zuchowski refused to reveal the exact time when the model will be released, but he hinted at the possibility of the model being based on the front-wheel-drive framework that underlies the Veloster.

Meanwhile, Hyundai has released the all-new Tucson compact crossover on the first press day of the Geneva Motor Show, Worldcarfans.com unveiled.

Looking for improvement as compared to the initial model, the 2016 Tucson may take a large segment of the high-riding C market with a better-refined design, LED front lights and a chrome hexagon lattice. Santa Fe effects are easy to notice on the exterior while the inside compartment has as well been much redesigned and has softer touch materials, huge touchscreen display.

The company has not overlooked the aspect of practicability since the new Tucson has a power tailgate that opens up to offer accessibility to a big 513-liter truck with the behind seats in place.

Moreover, there are many security and support systems like lane maintaining help, independent emergency braking, and blind spot discovery that make the new model unique as compared to its predecessor.