All engines will be four-cylinder powerplants, including the turbodiesel 1.6-litre GDi that produces 175 bhp and powers the concept car. It generates only 149 g/km of carbon dioxide, what will turn the ix35 in one of the cleanest SUVs around. Besides the engine, ix-onic also uses ISG (Idle Stop & Go, for saving fuel in traffic jams) and dual-clutch automated manual gearbox. Tucson's replacement is 4.40 m long, 1.85 m wide and 1.65 m tall. No word on wheelbase, so far.
Source: Hyundai via Autoblog.nl