The current-generation Hyundai Tucson has a fashionable appearance that dare we say even mimics the exotic Lamborghini Urus. Whether anyone else can see the resemblance is neither here nor there, however, what we have here is our first look at the refreshed 2025 Tucson that’s set to go on sale in Europe early next year. We expect the U.S. version to follow sometime later, before which we’ll likely know more about its powertrains and pricing.
To make the Tucson look wider, Hyundai says it stretched the bumpers and faux skid plates on the front and back. There’s also a new grille design with familiar integrated daytime running lights that look sleeker than before. Of course, a mid-cycle update wouldn’t be complete without new wheel designs, and the ’25 Tucson has those too.
There’s no mention of what powertrains will be offered on the Europe-bound Tuscon, and the U.S. version could be different anyways. As it stands, the lineup on our shores includes a standard 187-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder that pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission and front- or all-wheel drive. There’s also a hybrid and plug-in-hybrid Tucson that make 226 and 261 horses, respectively.