One of the star SUVs presents a new, improved version

One of the star SUVs presents a new improved version

Hyundai’s Tucson was Spain’s best-selling car last year and now comes with a new exterior and interior. The Korean brand has already shown what will be its top-of-the-range version of the standard model, the N-Line, with new features.

More photos of the new Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai has already published pictures of the restyling of its new Tucson; however, the Koreans decided to launch more, this time samples of the new Tucson N-Line. The brand did this with the intention of coinciding with the market launch of the updated compact crossover in the local market.

This is the new SUV in N-Line finish

This new image shows the headlights, minimally changed compared to the lower finishes, as well as a different grille than shown in the pre-design model. This version has 19-inch wheels and an updated front bumper. All this is due to the new Parametric Dynamics image that the Korean brand has revealed.

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The dimensions of the SUV

This restyling of the SUV is designed on the same platform as the one sold today, and, therefore, there are no changes in this aspect. The new SUV will continue to maintain its dimensions, with 4.5 meters in length, 1.86 meters in width, and 1.65 meters in height, with a wheelbase of 2.68 meters. The trunk, for its part, ranges from 546 to 620 liters, depending on the version chosen.

The others

Another image shows the four-wheel-drive variant from the rear for the first time. The rear may look the same as previous versions, but the lower lights have been redesigned, making way for a larger cluster of lights on the horizontal strip. The diamond pattern on the bumper is also gone.

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Despite the technological updates, the 2025 Hyundai Tucson has more custom buttons than the previous version. The gear selector has been repositioned on the steering column, while the two 12.3-inch screens follow the style of the new Hyundai models.

The ‘H’ emblem is no longer visible on the steering wheel, like in the IONIQ range, replaced by four dots that, in Morse code, represent the representative letter of the Korean brand. In the updated settings panel, there is now a ‘floating’ console.

It is also expected that the cabin is better isolated from the outside, where the brand has implemented double laminated glass from the windshield to the rear door windows. Instead, two-stage shock absorbers were installed on the front axle. Thicker floor mats are placed inside. Instead, there is additional insulation material on the front wheel fender, the lower part of the driver’s seat, and the B and C pillars.

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