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2024 Hyundai Tucson facelift: price, specs & release date

Subtle styling updates hide a revamped interior for Hyundai’s best-selling family SUV. Prices start from £32,000

Prices and specifications for the facelifted Hyundai Tucson have been revealed, with the entry-level model starting from £32,000. The Hyundai Tucson’s bold, eye-catching styling has won it plenty of fans, and the design still looks fresh despite it being very familiar now. Not wanting to rest on its laurels, Hyundai has facelifted the Tucson for 2024.

Five trim levels are available, including a new Advance trim that replaces the outgoing SE Connect trim as the opening model. LED headlights are now fitted as standard (SE Connect was the only Tucson not to get these), and other standard equipment includes parking sensors at each end, keyless entry and privacy glass.

Above that is Premium and N Line, which cost the same throughout the range, and then N Line S and Ultimate – again costing the same price. Advance trim is only front-wheel drive but can be paired with any engine; the all-wheel-drive plug-in hybrid version becomes available on every other trim level. Top-spec cars with this range-topping engine cost £45,875 before any extras.

Its daytime running lights, which look to be part of the grille when the car is turned off, have become larger – there are three light units vertically stacked, compared to four for pre-facelift cars. There are also new bumpers front and rear. The Tucson N Line’s front bumper shows the most obvious changes, with large new air intakes giving the car a sportier look.

There's a new choice of alloy wheels, and five new paint colours are available – Cypress Green Pearl, Ecotronic Grey Pearl, Ultimate Red Metallic, Jupiter Orange Metallic and Sailing Blue Pearl – and a black roof is optionally available on most colours with Premium and N Line trim levels. In total, 11 paint colours are available with most costing £700 extra; the black roof costs an additional £500.

2024 Hyundai Tucson N Line interior

Inside, the changes are much more wide-reaching. Almost everything is new, from the redesigned steering wheel to the infotainment displays – which are now in one long bank, much like in the Hyundai Ioniq 5. Both measure 12.3 inches across, and a 12-inch head-up display can be added too.

There’s also a column-shift automatic gearbox, but the six-speed manual gearbox is still available on the entry-level petrol engine if you don't mind shifting gears yourself. The seats and dashboard are retrimmed, and there’s a new Cypress Green colour pack option to liven up the interior.

Matrix LED lighting will be available, as are over-the-air updates – with subscriptions for in-car features being mooted as a future addition – and a digital key which will do away with the need for physical keys.

A new two-wheel-drive plug-in-hybrid engine is joining the lineup as part of the facelift. The hybrid and plug-in-hybrid engines offer three levels of regenerative braking, adjusted using the paddles behind the steering wheel. Plug-in versions also include Hyundai’s latest geofencing system, which can automatically switch you to electric power if you enter a low-emission zone.

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