Hyundai will reveal its Tucson replacement and revised Sante Fe at the Frankfurt Motor Show on September 15.
The Tucson replacement will be named ix35 to bring it in line with Hyundai’s other i-models. Like the other ‘i’ models in Hyundai’s range, the ix35 has been conceived and engineered in Europe at the company’s Frankfurt-based design and technical centres.
Hyundai said that a lot of design cues for the ix35 have been taken from the ix-onic concept car which was shown at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year.
Further information about ix35 and the new-look Santa Fe will be announced in September.