Hyundai Unveils Dynamic 2024 Tucson with Major Interior Revamp and Hybrid Option

Jacob Brooke
November 21, 2023
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Hyundai's 2024 Tucson, slated for a European introduction in early 2024, features updates that are subtle yet impactful. Externally, the Tucson retains its familiar design ethos, with enhancements like a restyled front bumper, a full-width skid plate for a more pronounced stance, and updated rear bumper and alloy wheels​​.

The interior of the 2024 Tucson undergoes more notable changes. The redesign aligns with Hyundai's current interior styling as seen in models like the Santa Fe, offering a more streamlined user experience. This includes a combined assembly for the touchscreen and digital instrument cluster, reconfigured air vents, and a new climate control panel with dual dials​​. The steering wheel design has been updated, and the shifter has been relocated to the column, resulting in a reorganized center console​​.

Hyundai has not yet detailed any mechanical changes for the Tucson. However, the Australian market will see the introduction of a hybrid variant. This hybrid model is expected to combine a turbo 1.6-litre petrol engine with an electric motor and battery pack, aiming for better fuel economy​​.

Since its global debut in 2020 and Australian launch in 2021, the Tucson has been a significant player in the mid-sized SUV market. Its sales figures in Australia demonstrate its competitive position in this segment​​.

The new Tucson, while maintaining the core aspects of its predecessor, seeks to balance familiar design elements with modern interior updates and the addition of a hybrid powertrain. The vehicle aims to cater to evolving consumer preferences and environmental considerations while maintaining its position in the SUV market.

Jacob Brooke
Jacob Brooke, a respected voice in the world of automotive journalism, brings a wealth of knowledge and insights to his reviews at CarSauce. His keen eye for detail and passion for all things cars shine through in his in-depth analysis and honest evaluations of the latest models of cars. Join him as he guides readers through the car-buying process and explores the exciting world of motoring.

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