Right before debuting in the European and American markets next year, Hyundai has given a sneak peek of its updated 2025 Tucson facelift.
The crossover SUV has an easily identifiable "evolved" Parametric Dynamics design, though the manufacturer isn't revealing much about it just now. The crossover has a new grille and updated Parametric Jewel lighting modules, even if they seem similar.
Below are further modifications, including a fake skid plate and a changed bumper. The carmaker stated that while there won't be many more modifications, we should anticipate new wheels and an updated back end.
Once inside, the redesigned interior is evident, including a more conventional dashboard and a simple three-spoke steering wheel. The second modification makes it possible for the crossover to have a panoramic curved display, which includes a 12.3-inch infotainment system and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.
New switchgear and repositioned air vents are found farther down. A redesigned centre console with two cup holders and a wireless smartphone charger joins them. There are now several physical controls, and the shifter has been relocated to the steering column in other places.
In the upcoming weeks, additional information regarding the Tucson will become available, but the Korean-spec vehicle will be available in two new colours: Ultimate Red Metallic and Fine Green Matte. Additionally, the carmaker announced that a new tri-tone interior in grey, black, and green tones is anticipated.
Details on the powertrain are still unknown, however, prior rumours have hinted at possible general enhancements.