Hyundai previews the design of the all-new Tucson

Production Cars 3 Feb 2015
Hyundai previews the design of the all-new Tucson

Hyundai Motor has unveiled the first hints about the design of the upcoming all-new Tucson, the compact SUV which will premiere at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.


The new Tucson features a dynamic look, with an upright silhouette and a front end characterized by the brand’s distinctive chrome-framed hexagonal grille, which is directly connected to the headlamp clusters.

Hyundai Tucson - Design Sketch

Commenting on the All-New Tucson, Peter Schreyer, President and Chief Design Officer of Hyundai Motor Group, said: “Our new compact SUV will be a big step forward for the Hyundai brand globally. The All-New Tucson has a bold and athletic presence and a proud stance. Its design is characterised by flowing surfaces, bold proportions, sharp lines and – most important – our brand signature hexagonal grille.”

The new model aims at collecting the heritage of the past SUVs of the brand, that have been sold in more than one million units since the introduction of the first Santa Fe in the early 2000s.

Hyundai Tucson - design sketching

(Source: Hyundai)

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