Don’t worry—it looks better in person. The styling isn’t the only big change for the 2022 Hyundai Tucson, though. It’s longer, wider, and taller than the current SUV, and it will be available as a hybrid and plug-in hybrid for the first time.
The change in proportions means more space inside. The 2022 Tucson is 5.9 inches longer, 0.6 inch wider, and 0.6 inch taller than the model it replaces, with its wheelbase, also increasing by 3.4 inches, making it roughly the same size as the Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4.
The Tucson Limited model we saw in person was equipped with a 10.3-inch touchscreen, capacitive HVAC controls, ambient lighting, and another 10.3-inch screen for the instrument cluster. Lower trims get an 8.0-inch touchscreen with a 4.2-inch LCD display on the instrument cluster, but they benefit from wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, something you don’t get with the 10.3- inch touchscreen.
The bigger proportions mean more space inside. The second-row seats feel like a living room, with a whopping 41.3 inches of legroom and a deep recline. Cargo capacity has also grown from 31.0 to 38.7 cubic feet, and the cargo floor can be lowered a couple of inches for more space.
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THREE - PEAT
THE RAM BRAND DOES IT AGAIN WITH ITS STELLAR PICKUP PLATFORM RUN RIOT
Opposite Lockdown: Rediscovering the romance of the road
We hit the road the hour before dawn, the Aston Martin DB11 V8 limbering up nicely as we cruised toward the coast and EuroTunnel train that would take us under the English Channel.
AN S-CLASS SHOULD BE A STATEMENT OF EXCELLENCE AND TECHNICAL EXPERTISE. IT DELIVERS ON ALL COUNTS.
Mike Koval Jr
Head of Ram Brand, FCA North America
KEEP ON TRUCKING
NOT EVEN A PANDEMIC CAN STOP AMERICA'S LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE PICKUP TRUCK
RANDY POBST RECOUNTS HIS EPIC PIKES PEAK CRASH AND HOW THE UNPLUGGED PERFORMANCE TEAM GAVE HIM A SECOND CRACK AT GLORY
AN IDIOSYNCRATIC ICON DELIVERS THE AURA OF CLASSIC RV LIFE, BUT AT A COST
2022 Hyundai Tucson
Bold Design Goes Mainstream
2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup
An Off-Road Icon Reborn
2020 Land Rover Defender 110 D240
Is the Diesel More Desirable?
LATE SALES REBOUND HELPS US AUTOMAKERS AVOID 2020 DISASTER
Sales of new vehicles in the U.S. fell 14.6% last year, but a second-half rebound from a coronavirus-related plunge in the spring kindled optimism for a recovery later this year.
Brrrringing It Back
A phone niche is useful today for keys, tablet—or telephone.
GLOBAL MISSIONS MINISTERIES: HARVEST PARTNERS AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS
Early this year, we received a call from a Harvest Partner church in Tucson wishing to assist in some short-term way to bless pastors of local churches in the nations that were not receiving regular support.
Persevering in Trying Times
With the entire country still in a form of shutting down, practicing social distancing, and observing various restrictions, there are no mineral shows, no in-person club meetings, no group mineral activities, and even club field trips.
Visiting with DiWolf
Wolfgang and Diana Mueller, known by their company name DiWolf, is a dynamic couple, with lots of knowledge and years of experience in lapidary and jewelry artwork.
PART II Summer in the San Juan Mountains
Gold, Quartz, and a Cast of Characters
Salvors push to dismantle Golden Ray before hurricane season
The vehicle carrier Golden Ray, which capsized in September after leaving Georgia’s Port of Brunswick, remained submerged on its side in mid-February as salvors finalized plans to break it up for removal. The ship was loaded with about 4,200 vehicles when it rolled over.
How Do I Prevent Low-Speed Overheating on a 500HP, GM LS3-Powered Datsun 240Z on 110-Degree Summer Days?
Mike Mileski from Tucson, Arizona Asks…
MINERALS AS DECORATIVE ART
Showcasing the Beauty of Science
Transitioning to EV is the way to go - If we'll do it is another question entirely
Pakistan has been proactive in forming an EV policy and has gotten much acclaim for it. But does the government have plans beyond just saving the environment, and will they be able to pull it off?