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All-New Hyundai Tucson Adds Revolutionary New Design

The all-new Hyundai Tucson is the first C SUV in its class to be available in short and long wheelbases, depending on the region, to meet diverse market needs
Tucson’s dynamic exterior design is highlighted by cutting edge, jewelry-like surfaces including parametric hidden lights that create a unique first impression
C-SUV’s inviting INTERSPACE seamlessly blends sultry shapes with harmoniously integrated technology, including a 10.25-inch touchscreen

SEOUL, September 3, 2020 – Hyundai Motor Company today unveiled the first images of its all-new 2021 Hyundai Tucson. The unveiling highlighted the dynamic, jewel-shaped exterior of the new C-SUV and its “INTERSPACE” of high-tech that evokes a futuristic boutique hotel. The images hint at innovative features worthy of Tucson’s boldness and pioneering spirit.

Tucson’s all-new world premiere press conference airs online worldwide on September 15 at 9:30 a.m. KST. The livestream, a teaser video and images are available on hyundai.com and on Hyundai’s social networks.

For its fourth generation, Hyundai has taken the all-new Tucson to the next level of automotive design, making it the first C SUV in its class to be available in two different sizes, while sharing the same name. A long-wheelbase variant goes to the United States, China, and Korea, while the short-wheelbase model goes to Europe and the Middle East.

“The all-new Tucson is not only upgradeable, but revolutionary as everything except its name has been newly designed,” said SangYup Lee, senior vice president and director of the Global Design Center. “In the end, that makes the new Tucson the most exciting and innovative mainstream C-SUV. Its next-level design, technologies, and packaging provide a welcome jolt to ordinary ideas of what a compact crossover can or should be, upping the game once again.

A jewel-shaped exterior that makes a strong first impression

The all-new Tucson’s advanced exterior styling expresses what Hyundai designers call “parametric dynamics” with kinetic, jewel-like surface details that will inspire people to do a double take. Parametric hidden lights provide a strong first impression. These signature DRLs (daytime running lights) are perfectly integrated into the jewel-shaped grille, only revealed when turned on.

Overall, the new Tucson’s bodywork is taller and wider than previous generation models, offering a long hood and short overhangs on an extended wheelbase that give it a coupe character. On the side, angular body panels offer another interpretation of the parametric design. The chiseled surfaces create a striking contrast between the elegant silhouette and the masculine wedge, suggesting forward movement even when stationary. The taut athletic forms blend seamlessly into angular wheel arches where 19-inch alloy wheels provide a powerful and dynamic stance.

The DLO chrome molding follows the arch of Tucson’s graceful roofline, drawing the eye to the steep rake of the aerodynamic tailgate where the aggressively angled tail lights reinforce the feel of power. Large taillights and hidden light details continue the parametric theme, while a glass-like emblem and hidden wiper create a super clean surface.

An ‘INTERSPACE’ with an integrated interface

Stepping into the spacious interior of the all-new Tucson, or INTERSPACE, is like stepping into a well-organized room where everyday worries disappear, much like the feeling of a modern boutique hotel where your comfort and convenience are the focus. top priority. In the new Tucson, space, technology and information intersect harmoniously.

The evolution of Tucson’s interior layout led to a lower instrument display and removal of the gauge cluster housing for a de-cluttered area. The superimposed and sensual shapes reinforce the feeling of openness. The wide edge of the dashboard blends in perfectly with the doors, enveloping the front occupants like a deep groove. The fully integrated, vertically oriented center fairing descends to the console like a powerful waterfall. The twin silver trim lines running from the center fascia to the rear doors harmonize the premium surface materials carefully layered in complementary neutral tones.

The full touchscreen, which houses the navigation, ventilation and infotainment controls, shows how technology can be seamlessly integrated to provide an ergonomic and advanced user interface, including convenient voice control. This approach to technological integration reaches its peak with the top model’s 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation screen. The 64-color adjustable ambient mood lighting in 10 brightness levels and the integrated cable guidance system further enhance Tucson’s premium space experience.

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