A REVAMPED Hyundai Tucson is due for release in 2024 with a redesign at the front and rear as well as changes to the interior.
First launched in 2020 the current model has become a game changer for the Korean car maker with its distinctive front light pattern - part of Hyundai's Parametric Dynamics design.
The revised Tucson builds on the fourth generation's looks with its ‘Jewel Hidden Lights' now linking up with a new look radiator grille with more angular lines.
Redesigned wheels are another feature as are changes to the bumper and skid plates which at the rear are now integrated into the bumper.
On the inside, there's a new look to the facia with the large central display now flowing into the instrument panel with switches replacing the haptic controls for the air conditioning while the gear selector has moved to the steering column.
There's also a redesign for the steering wheel - similar to that of Hyundai's new Kona compact SUV - which now includes Hyundai's new logo on the hub.
Powertrain options are still to be announced as are full specifications and pricing although a slight increase over the current starting price of £31,500 can be expected.