The strikingly bold, all-new 5-seat Tucson SUV is for those who embrace futuristic luxury, tomorrow's technology and pushing beyond the ordinary. It signals the start of a new day, and a new attitude that’s open to reinventing just about anything. Outside, it’s fashioned to both stand out and be an extension of your lifestyle. Inside, its beautifully minimalistic dual cockpit serves as a premium-level experience that will set the standard today for the vehicles we’ll want in the future.
The Tucson stands out from the crowd right from the start due to two interconnected factors, only one of which is immediately obvious. The first is its radical, all-new radiator grille, which features a parametric series of light-catching air intakes. The second is the LED DRLs across the range which, on the Highlander variant, are concealed within the outer edges of the grille and glow to reveal themselves once the engine starts.
Highlander variant shown.
A leap forward in automotive interior design, the open-style 10.25-inch display panel fitted in the Highlander variant features digitised performance gauges and infographics, a unique graphics scheme for each Drive Mode, and a choice of layout themes. To elevate safety even further, the cluster also incorporates the video feed for the Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM).
BVM is available on the Highlander variant.
The 10.25-inch multimedia display puts at your fingertips all the apps, entertainment and content you love accessing on your smartphone. There’s also a built-in sat nav system plus a suite of the latest vehicle-tech innovations including Multi-Bluetooth® connectivity , user profiles that can be created and personalised to suit each driver, and the ‘Sounds of Nature’ ambient audio library.
10.25" display and sat nav available on Elite and Highlander variants.