It looks a lot better than the current model
The aging Hyundai Tucson is due for a refresh, and an all-new model is coming soon. While prototypes have been spotted testing, and while we know that the styling will be heavily influenced by the Vision T concept revealed at last year's LA Auto Show, we don't know what the interior will look like. Or at least we had no definitive answers until today when Korean Car Blog's spy photographers got some sneaky images of a pre-production model's interior. The pictures aren't the clearest, but we do get a good look at the funky new steering wheel and a few other important details.
The first image shows us a new floating digital screen behind the steering wheel, which will likely be either optional or exclusive to top trims. The image also shows a large central touchscreen display for infotainment duties. Then we have the second pic, which appears to be the interior of a lesser model as it shows a more conventional analog setup. The wheel also shows quite a number of controls, along with the paddle shifters, but as we already know, the new Tucson will be quite the technological tour de force and should take the fight to its rivals with a strong arsenal of innovation.
Although we doubt that the revealed next-generation Tucson will carry over the Vision T's Lamborghini Urus-like radical styling, it will still be an impressive looking machine, and it appears that with the inclusion of the digital screens that remind us of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, it's going to look just as good inside as it will on the outside. Sure, there are other vehicles that we're looking forward to seeing soon, but Hyundai and Kia have been making waves for some time and are showing no sign of letting up at all. The established favorites are soon going to have even more sleepless nights.