Hyundai is set to introduce a new variant of the Tucson in Europe, and a couple teaser photos have revealed the exact model that is due – the Tucson N Line.

The new variant will crown the Tucson range for now, and it’s set to receive a new 48-volt hybrid powertrain to go with the motorsport-influenced details inside and out. The Tucson N Line is the first Hyundai SUV to get such a performance treatment, but it’s not the full-blown performance model like the i30 N. Think of this Tucson as BMW’s M Sport trim, and not the top M model.

The photo above reveals a new set of dark alloy wheels, N Line badges on the fenders, a mesh-type radiator grille (in line with Hyundai’s sporty treatment) as well as a boomerang-shaped LED DRL. Inside, the N-specific gear knob is wrapped with perforated leather that’s contrasted with red accents and stitching. The bright red stitches can also be seen on the leather seats.

The Korean carmaker also said “this is just the start of much more to come,” signalling the possible introduction of the Tucson N – previous reports suggest that it will debut within the next two years, and that it will get upwards of 340 hp and a zero to 100 km/h time of under six seconds.

Other than that, there’s not a whole lot of information about the model that will compete against the Cupra Ateca, Audi SQ5 and upcoming Volkswagen T-Roc R. Fancy a go-fast Tucson, anyone?