The all-new Hyundai Tucson is a fourth-generation global SUV model, with two powertrains available locally including 1.6-litre turbo and a hybrid.
Overall, it features a bigger and wider body than its predecessor. Its muscular stance combines sharp angles and dynamic proportions with rich surfaces, ensuring a progressive look without compromising on Tucson’s rugged SUV heritage.
Hyundai’s designers developed the all-new Tucson’s futuristic design elements through geometric algorithms produced by cutting-edge digital technology. This process, known as “parametric dynamics”, utilises lines, faces, angles and shapes created through digital data to create unprecedented, bold design aesthetics. As a result, prominent geometric patterns known as “parametric jewels” appear throughout the SUV’s design, giving it a progressive character.
Entering the all-new Tucson’s sophisticated and spacious interior, or INTERSPACE, is like walking into a neatly organised room where everyday concerns disappear. Inside, space, technology and information intersect harmoniously. Featuring sensuous forms inspired by waterfalls, twin silver garnish lines streaming from the centre fascia to the rear doors harmonise neatly layered premium surface materials in complementary neutral tones.
The all-new Tucson is equipped with a host of state-of-the-art human-oriented technology features to provide an advanced digital experience. The fully digital configurable dual cockpit consists of a new 10.25-inch open cluster and 8-inch touch screen. This offers a personalised space that is intuitively optimised for a high-tech user experience. For example, the colour schemes of the cluster change depending on which drive mode is selected.
The all-new Tucson is also equipped with the latest Hyundai Smartsense active safety and driving assistance features for even more assurance. New features include for example Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) with Junction Turning, and Blind-spot Collision-avoidance Assist (BCA).