The fully redesigned 2022 Hyundai Tucson is here, and you’re going to love its distinctive exterior design, dynamic interior, and powerful new engine.
The brand new Tucson is quick to get going, but it balances speed with an efficient ride. Adding all-wheel drive to your Tucson reduces EPA ratings slight, due to the extra weight of the all-wheel-drive system.
Compared to previous models, the 2022 Tucson’s new engine makes more power, giving you the opportunity for greater speed. The new Tucson also helps you save fuel with its Idle Stop & Go technology. We’re also big fans of the new eight-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC technology, which gives you greater control over performance by giving you the option of shifting your own gears.
All-wheel drive is optional for each Tucson trim level. Add this technology to improve performance during off-road trips and enhance safety on wet or wintery roads.
Properly equipped, the newly redesigned 2022 Hyundai Tucson can tow up to 2,000 pounds. That’s equal to a small boat or a pair of Jet Skis. You can even take a small trailer to help move your teenager into her college dorm.
This new Tucson is loaded with high-tech safety aids. Every trim model comes standard with lots of systems designed to help you avoid an accident, such as Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist and Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian Detection. Hyundai’s safety technology can intervene as necessary, gently guiding you back to the right lane or hitting the brakes to help you avoid a potential crash.
There are a few upgrades available as well. When you’re stuck in highway traffic, the Smart Cruise Control system with Stop & Go technology can bring you to a full stop and start again when the traffic jam clears. The Blind-Spot View Monitor actually shows you your blind spot, helping you make doubly sure it’s safe to switch lanes.
You’ll also appreciate the new Tucson’s extensive infotainment lineup. Standard equipment includes a touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The base touchscreen is 8 inches, but a bigger, 10.25-inch version is also available.
Higher trim models offer a built-in navigation system that displays real-time traffic flow. (Note that the upgraded version of the infotainment system, with built-in navigation, features the wired versions of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.)
Outside, the Tucson is a combination of rugged style and sleek modern finishes. You’ll notice its angular new wheel arches and geometric lines across the body. This compact crossover has a muscular-locking front end, with a big grille that’s complemented by the standard LED headlights and LED daytime running lights. And you can choose from a variety of stylish flourishes, such as bigger wheels and a panoramic sunroof. The Tucson is also adventure-friendly, with optional roof rails and heated side mirrors.