2022 Hyundai Tucson Interior and Exterior
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson offers bold new exterior features and upgraded interior comforts, making it an ideal choice for anyone in the market for a small SUV. With sporty looks, a spacious interior, and state-of-the-art technology, the new Hyundai Tucson can take you wherever you want to go. Use this guide to help you learn about the top interior and exterior features of the 2022 Hyundai Tucson.
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson comes available in five trims: SE, SEL, N Line, XRT, and Limited. The all-new XRT trim features dynamic upgrades and an adventurous exterior. It rides on 19-inch black alloy wheels and sports black exterior side mirrors, roof crossbars, and a black grille. The N Line also has a unique exterior, with 19-inch alloy wheels, a black headlight bezel, and front fender badges. Other trims feature 17-inch or 19-inch alloy wheels. Choose the Limited trim for a panoramic sunroof to let more light into the cabin. A power tilt-and-slide sunroof is optional on the SEL trim.
Every Tucson comes standard with LED headlights, LED daytime running lights, and side mirrors with LED turn-signal indicators. The Limited features a premium front and rear fascia, while the XRT has matte black front and rear skid plates and exclusive side cladding. The N Line has exclusive front and rear fascias with the N Line insignia. All trims have front variable intermittent windshield wipers and an intermittent rear window wiper and washer. Most trims have a rear spoiler, roof side rails, and proximity key entry with a push-button start.
The new Tucson comes in a range of striking colors to match your personality. Depending on the trim you choose, the SUV comes available in some or all of these exterior colors:
- Phantom Black.
- Calypso Red.
- Portofino Gray.
- Deep Sea.
- Intense Blue.
- Shimmering Silver.
- Amazon Gray.
- Quartz White.
- Red Crimson.
There’s no need to sacrifice comfort for style when you’re driving a 2022 Hyundai Tucson. This small SUV features a wide range of convenient features to make every ride enjoyable. The SE, SEL, and XRT trims come standard with stain-resistant cloth seats in black or gray, while the N Line features black sport leather and cloth seats. Opt for the top-level Limited for leather-trimmed seating, which also comes as an option on the SEL trim.
The SE and SEL trims come standard with manual air conditioning, while the upper-level trims feature dual automatic temperature control with automatic defogger and multi-air mode, which softens airflow to keep passengers comfortable in any type of weather. Heated front seats come standard on all models from the SEL and up, and the Limited adds heated rear seats, ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel for ultimate comfort. Most trims come standard with an eight-way power driver seat and power driver lumbar support.
Every 2022 Hyundai Tucson seats up to five people comfortably with 60/40-split fold-down seats and a reclining rear seatback with an adjustable head restraint. There’s plenty of cargo space behind the back seats with 38.7 cubic feet of room. If you need to transport larger items — such as equipment, moving boxes, or luggage — fold down the back seats for a maximum of 74.8 cubic feet of space. It’s a breeze to load and unload items thanks to the SUV’s wide cargo area and a hands-free smart power liftgate with adjustable height settings.
Enjoy plenty of comfort and convenience features with upgraded technology in the new Hyundai Tucson. Each model comes with an 8-inch color touch screen with an AM/FM audio system, except for the Limited, which features a standard 10.25-inch touch screen with navigation and traffic flow, including incident data through an HD radio. The all-new Tucson can connect wirelessly to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto so you can access your maps, play your podcasts, or listen to your favorite music. Every 2022 Tucson features a remote keyless entry system with alarm and panic modes.
The 2022 Hyundai Tucson helps every passenger stay connected with front and second-row dual USB outlets, which are standard with most trims. The N Line, XRT, and Limited trims offer wireless device charging for supported devices, and this feature comes optional with the SEL trim. Choose the N Line, XRT, or Limited trim for a premium Bose audio system and a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster display, which helps streamline the dashboard while providing a clear view of your driving data. SiriusXMSatellite Radio comes standard on every trim from the SEL and up.
Hyundai’s Bluelink Connected Car service also is a feature of most Tucson trims. This service allows you to use your phone to start the SUV remotely, lock and unlock the doors, activate climate control, and control the heated or ventilated seats. It’s free for the first three years when you purchase a new Hyundai Tucson. You can also use your smartphone with the available remote smart park assist, which allows you to press a smart key while standing outside the vehicle so you can easily park in tight spots.
Every 2022 Hyundai Tucson comes standard with a wide range of safety and driver assistance features to keep you protected on the road. Forward collision mitigation, blind-spot collision, and rear cross-traffic collision alert you to potential collisions and may apply emergency braking in some situations. Driver attention warning and lane-keeping assist warn you when the SUV is drifting and steer the vehicle back into the correct lane. Other standard safety features include rear occupant alert, vehicle stability management, and a tire pressure monitoring system.
Test-Drive a 2022 Hyundai Tucson at Allen Turner Hyundai Today
Now that you’ve learned all about the exterior and interior features of the 2022 Hyundai Tucson, are you ready to take a test drive? Stop by our dealership in Pensacola, Florida, to get behind the wheel of a new Tucson and take it for a spin. We have a team of sales experts who can answer your questions and help you make the new Tucson your next vehicle. For more information, contact us at Allen Turner Hyundai by filling out an online form. We look forward to talking with you soon.