2024 Hyundai Tucson revealed

On sale Early 2024 | Price from £32,500 (est)

As the age-old saying goes, it’s what’s on the inside that counts – a sentiment that was clearly taken to heart when updating the Hyundai Tucson[1].

You see, while its exterior has been lightly refreshed, with front and rear bumpers restyled for a wider, more aggressive appearance, the most significant changes to the Tucson can be found within.

For starters, the digital instrument cluster and infotainment screen now sit alongside one another on top of the dashboard, as they do in the all-electric Hyundai Ioniq 5[2]. The gear selector has been moved, too; no longer a series of buttons on the centre console, it’s now a rotary stalk mounted to the steering column.

Hyundai Tucson interior dashboard facelift

Hyundai[3] has also added physical knobs to the dash for key functions such as temperature and volume controls. This system will likely prove a welcome departure from the predominantly touch-sensitive setup in the outgoing model, because physical controls tend to be much less distracting to use on the move than touch-sensitive alternatives.


  1. ^ Hyundai Tucson (www.whatcar.com)
  2. ^ Hyundai Ioniq 5 (www.whatcar.com)
  3. ^ Hyundai (www.whatcar.com)