Hyundai has finally revealed the all-new Tucson, or iX35 as it used to be known as.
We don’t understand why Hyundai went back to the Tucson name, but we do know that the new model is rather handsome. It borrows a few styling cues from its big brother, which means it looks more rugged than ever before.
Two turbocharged petrol models, as well as two turbocharged diesel engines will be available in both manual and automatic guises.
Hyundai is also chucking a lot of safety kit in as standard, though local specification may differ from Euro spec models. These active safety systems include park assist, rear cross traffic alert, blind spot detection and an active bonnet system, which raises the bonnet in the unfortunate event of a collision with a pedestrian.
The Tucson will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show and will go on sale later in the year.