All-New Tucson - Comfort and Convenience

- A number of clever convenience and connectivity features add refinement to the cabin and enhance the on-board experience.

For increased interior comfort, customers can opt for heated seats and steering wheel. Unique to the segment, cooling seat ventilation is also available for the first time. Front seats feature long seat cushions and can be ordered with eight-way power adjustment and two-way powered lumbar support for the driver seat. For rear-seat passengers, heated seats with reclining backrests are available, with practical air vents to increase comfort.

Generous space from efficient packaging

The All-New Tucson is built on a completely new platform that endows the C-SUV with generous interior dimensions. There is an excellent exterior-to-interior dimension ratio, continuing the Hyundai tradition for highly efficient packaging. With all seats upright, the roomy luggage area is 1,030 mm wide, 889 mm deep and 806 mm tall, delivering up to a substantial 513 litres of capacity. This increases to a maximum of 1,503 litres with the rear seats folded. Practicality is boosted by a lower trunk-sill height, two-level trunk floor and a stowable cargo screen.

Convenience and connectivity features are tailored to customer needs

The All-New Tucson includes a Smart Power Tailgate with the widest opening in the class. To ease loading, this opens as the key-holder approaches. Keyless-entry and engine start and an electronic parking brake offer added convenience. The intuitive Smart Parking Assist System (SPAS)*, available with only automatic transmissions, can help with both parallel and bay parking. Using radar technology, the system identifies a free parking space before reversing the car into it, with only the brakes operated by the driver. In addition, the exit mode function provides hands-free driver support when leaving a parking space.

* SPAS not available on models with a manual transmission

The interior has been ergonomically designed to enable intuitive operation. The instrument cluster has been positioned towards the windscreen for excellent visibility and minimum distraction. The A-pillar has been engineered to reduce blind-spot width by 6 mm compared to the previous model, with visibility from the lower side window increased by 37 mm. A panoramic sunroof adds to the airy feel, providing 30% wider opening than before.

The centre console is fitted with a large, non-reflective 8-inch display screen for the new-generation navigation system, which is more than three times faster than the previous version. It also has more route options with quickly updated map material stored on an SD card. The new navigation system comes with a seven-year free subscription to TomTom LIVE services including TomTom traffic, Places, Speed Cameras and Weather.

The Navigation system can suggest the routes not only on the trip distance but also on the time needed to get to the final destination. TomTom Traffic provides the most accurate information about traffic jams, roadworks and delivers a trustworthy estimated time of arrival.

To help deal with unanticipated situations that require increased attention, the navigation system warns the driver when approaching a camera (fixed speed camera, mobile speed camera or traffic light) in countries where this is allowed.

TomTom LIVE offers updated information in real time: weather, traffic, speed cameras, and online searches for points of interest with TomTom Places helping the driver to make better decisions that save time, reduce stress and improve road safety.

A new seamless DAB+ digital radio with six audio speakers is standard across the range. Further connectivity is provided through USB and AUX connections in the centre console.