Its fourth generation debuted a new Panamatric Dynamic front grille design, featuring an angular inset with dark chrome trim. Since the 2021 model year is closing on a perfectly good 2021 Tucson, Hyundai has not made any changes to the car, except for putting some new colors on it.
The 2022 New Tucson gets a broadened range, with the base gasoline-powered SE, the volume-leading SEL, a new sports-trim N-Line, and a Range-Top Limited, all of which are available in a front-wheel-drive or AWD option.
Later this model year, the automaker also adds a plug-in hybrid, with a projected range of 32 miles on electricity alone, to the stable of the new Tucson.
In terms of features, the new Hyundai Tucson is expected to receive 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment, connectivity vehicle technology, dual-zone climate control, vented front seats, a 10.25-inch digital drivers display, Bose audio, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, power front seats, ambient lighting, and panoramic sunroof. Standard features in the Hyundai Tucson Limited include all the standard and available features from the Hyundai Tucson SEL, plus the panoramic sunroof, powered front seats, heated rear seats, heated steering wheel, and a handful of extra safety features.
Along with vented and heated front seats, features such as ESC, Hill Hold Control, and 6 airbags, front and rear parking sensors, ESC, Hill Hold Control, Hill Departure Control, and an AWD system are standard with its fourth generation.
This new Tucson gets Hyundai Sensing, the Korean automakers Level-2 ADA package, and it is the first one of their line-up in India to receive Hyundai Sensing. The brand has also equipped their fourth-generation model with a four-wheel-drive system as standard, and it is also getting the Multi-Trailer mode — Sand, Snow, Mud, and Rain.
The brands equipped Tucson SUV with a completely new exterior and interior, as well as a host of premium features, among many others. Like a few other Hyundai models, the fourth-generation Tucson sports the split-headlight design, and a bold appearance that extends to its sides.
Despite that, Hyundai has done just the opposite with the fourth-generation Tucson, making it a road-going presence through its striking looks outside and inside.
The Hyundai Tucson is an extremely comfortable vehicle — and its utility, along with ease of use, is going to make it incredibly popular, not to mention the aggressive design, which is going to contribute to this, too.
Good seating comfort, as well as plenty of room, makes the Tucson a utilitarian that you will want to drive, rather than one you must. In both the hybrid and gasoline-only versions, the carmaker now offers greater back-seat legroom than its best-selling rivals, the Honda CR-V and the Toyota RAV4.