The all-new Hyundai Tucson has been nearing its grand reveal. Upon recalling, we were able to get an alleged sketch of its interior, and it does look modern and futuristic given the generous reinforcement of technology. Now, Hyundai Motor Company finally releases official teasers of the upcoming compact crossover, showcasing both the exterior and interior.
Upfront, the Hyundai Tucson had a full cosmetic change which now comes with new signature headlamps called ‘Parametric Hidden Lights’. These Daytime Running Lights are well-integrated into the jewel-like grille. The entire exterior styling sports Hyundai's latest ‘Parametric Dynamics’ design language.
On the side, the Tucson flaunts its angular body panels that is further strengthened by well-planted lines which extend all the way to the back of the vehicle. No exact dimensions for the wheels yet, although it does look sleek, complementing the overall strong profile of the compact crossover.
As for the rear, you get these unified tail lamps that’s executed very nicely as it does look like a design straight up from a concept car. It may also seem that the brake lights remain integrated on the unified lighting, while the reverse lights and turn signal are integrated on the rear bumper.
As for the interior, the official teaser is quite synonymous with the alleged sketch released last July, as it showcases the moderness and clean layout of its cabin. There is indeed a strong harmony between design and function which is quite evident on its instrument display and the gauge cluster wherein its housing was eliminated in order to achieve a decluttered surface. Moreover, the abundance of tactile buttons further emphasizes the overall high-tech profile of the Tucson.
While engine figures remain undisclosed for now, the all-new Hyundai Tucson does seem like an innovative product from the brand. Its official world premiere will then be streamed online and is slated on September 15, 9:30 a.m. Korean Standard Time (KST). Given such excitement and anticipation, we shall wait for any further information and post immediate updates with regards to this upcoming compact crossover.
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