It’s two decades since Hyundai Tucson entered an emerging SUV segment. In that time, it
has gone on to evolve into a global bestseller.
Now a new-look Tucson is on the way. It’s the first update for the car since the launch of
the fourth-generation Tucson in 2020.
Due to make its European debut in early-2024 it will arrive here midway through the year
and will include a hybrid variant for the first time.
A more dynamic appearance is said to embody the company’s progressive vision for future
mobility although it looks pretty much the same to us.
Hyundai describes the changes to the ‘Parametric Dynamics’ design language as more
refined and compelling.
The front fascia features an interplay of thin, angular lines in the radiator grille,
complemented by Parametric Jewel Hidden Lights.
The bumper and skid plates extend seamlessly from side to side providing a more
dynamic and visually wider stance.
Redesigned alloy wheels further accentuate the car’s dynamism and enhance its overall
At the rear, the skid plates are stretched and integrated into the bumper moulding.
The sleek, rigid form of the rear end echoes the front.
A new horizontal design for the interior of the new Tucson creates a sense of openness.