The Hyundai Tucson is set to unveil its enhanced and more dynamic appearance, embodying the company’s progressive vision for the future of mobility. Scheduled to make its European debut in early 2024, the new Tucson will bring with it a renewed commitment to excellence, innovation, and customer satisfaction as it embarks on a new chapter in its European journey.
Maintaining the core elements of the current model’s “Parametric Dynamics” design language, the new Tucson evolves with a refined and powerful aesthetic. The front fascia showcases a bold interplay of thin, angular lines in the radiator grille, accompanied by discreet “Parametric Jewel” daytime running lights (DRLs). The bumper and skid plates contribute to a dynamic and visually wider stance, while redesigned alloy wheels emphasize the car’s dynamism and overall proportions. At the rear, integrated skid plates and an enlarged horizontal design reinforce the impression of a wider wheelbase, creating a sleek and balanced form.
Prioritizing spaciousness and practicality, the interior of the new Hyundai Tucson adopts a horizontal design, promoting a sense of openness. Advanced technology elements are seamlessly integrated to achieve a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetics, catering to the needs of European customers.
Crafted with European drivers in mind, the Hyundai Tucson has become a staple in the SUV segment, evolving into a global bestseller over the past two decades. Recognized as the best-selling car in the compact SUV segment in Europe in 2022 by JATO Dynamics, the Tucson’s refined design, advanced technology, and track record of success position it as a global leader in the SUV segment.
Adhering to Hyundai’s signature design philosophy of Sensuous Sportiness, the Tucson is a visual masterpiece that combines SUV charm with a progressive look, aligning seamlessly with contemporary tastes.
Whether embarking on a long journey to visit family or enjoying a scenic drive through the countryside, the Hyundai Tucson proves to be a trustworthy companion. Purposefully designed and meticulously crafted with the customer at its core, the Tucson stands as a testament to customer-centric ingenuity. Addressing needs with precision in design, unparalleled convenience, and a commitment to safety, the new Tucson represents the first partial redesign in three years, enhancing the product competitiveness of the fourth-generation Hyundai Tucson launched in September 2020.