Spotted recently at the Sunway Carnival Mall in Seberang Jaya, Penang, here is the 2016 Hyundai Tucson making another appearance, in the Klang Valley this time, and on a much larger scale too — three units of the third-gen SUV have popped up at three different malls, all at once.

Fortunately, they’re all equipped with different body and interior colours so as to give you a glimpse of what options Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) will have for you when the car is officially launched here.

The only common theme among the three Tucsons on show here is that they all appear as the top-spec variant of the third-gen SUV. Tell-tale signs of this surround the inclusion of LED daytime running lights and chrome accents surrounding front grille, just like we saw at the vehicle’s last public appearance.

The car here is also powered by a 2.0 litre multi-point injection (MPi) four-cylinder engine which yields 155 PS at 6,200 rpm and 192 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The engine is paired with a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission that sends power to the front wheels.

Remember, though, that there was also a lesser-equipped third-gen Tucson that was spied on the back of a trailer not too long ago, without the DRLs and chrome accents on the front grille.

The top-spec models also appear to be fully covered at all corners with silver-coloured body toughening panels. There also appear to be silver door handles and five twin-spoke alloy wheels to match — it’s the same case for all three cars here.

Focusing on the newly previewed exterior and interior colour options now, the white Tucson, available for viewing at the Sunway Pyramid shopping mall, is seen with a bright red upholstery that extends from the seats to the door cards, and even to the dashboard. The leather-wrapped seats have honeycomb design stitching on the inner section of the seats.

The blue Tucson that can be found in the Paradigm Mall in Kelana Jaya is seen with a black interior, with the leather-wrapped seats sharing a similar honeycomb design to the ones you see in the white car.

Finally, there a red Tucson which can be found at the Bangsar Shopping Centre, with a white interior and leather seats that are designed slightly differently to the other two examples on show. The upper parts of the seat backs (front and back) feature a quilted design, forming a more “expensive” look.

So, which exterior-interior combo would you have? For those who are seriously considering signing on the dotted line for one, head on over here to register your interest.