New Hyundai Tucson first showed the interiorJune 13, 2020
The all-new Tucson looks much better than the current crossover.
Outdated Hyundai Tucson is preparing to change generation. And although we know that the Vision T concept presented at last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show will greatly influence the style, prototypes that are already being tested have never shown a new interior. Now, Korean photo spies managed to get a few shots of the interior of the test model, on which you can already see the fashionable steering wheel and some other important details.
The first image shows a new “floating” screen of the digital instrument panel, which, most likely, will be either optional or exclusive for top-end trim levels. The picture also shows a large central touch screen for infotainment functions.
The second picture, in all likelihood, shows the inside of the initial range model, since the instrument panel here is analog. The steering wheel also shows a fairly large number of controls, along with shift paddles. Such a powerful arsenal of innovations is quite justified, because, as we already know, the new Tucson will have to surpass its rivals.
It is unlikely that the new generation of Tucson will carry a radical style similar to the Lamborghini Urus or Vision T, it will still look impressive, and it looks like with the included digital screens that remind us of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, it will look like this as good on the inside as on the outside.
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