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Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai Tucson, 2024, front
Hyundai Tucson, 2024, side
Hyundai Tucson, 2024, rear
Hyundai Tucson, 2024, interior

THE Hyundai is getting a facelift three years after the latest model was launched.

With an updated design, new technology and the introduction of a two-wheel-drive plug-in hybrid variant later in 2024 the Tucson will offer a total of five powertrains.

Redesigned bumpers and skid plates are fitted to the new model as well as larger LED lights in the characteristic slatted grille while sporty N Line version gets its own looks with a more pronounced frontal design and body-coloured wheel arches.

Inside, the car has changes to the dashboard, centre facia, steering wheel, and centre armrest. The crash pad has also been redesigned to adopt a horizontal layout with an open tray.

There are also changes to the dual automatic temperature control with a new display, a new armrest, the introduction of a column type shift by wire behind the steering wheel for the gear selector and an updated design to the upper door trim.

Later in 2024 the Tucson will support the Hyundai Digital Key 2.0 system, featuring Ultra-Wide Band which eliminates the need for traditional keys allowing the Tucson to be unlocked from a few metres away and started.

UK specifications and prices are still to be confirmed but the current line-up is priced from £21,845.


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