Hyundai has unveiled a facelifted version of its Tucson medium SUV.

Exterior design changes to the model include redesigned front and rear bumpers with new skid plates and larger daytime running lights, while inside there’s a redesigned dashboard, centre console, steering wheel, and centre armrest, along with a new climate control display.

The interior features a dual curved 12.3in screen set-up, and a 12in head-up display, and there’s new over-the-air update functionality, and new USB-C ports.

Newly-available driver assistance systems include crosswind stability control.

Powertrains options will include ICE, mild hybrid, conventional hybrid, and plug-in hybrid options, with a two-wheel drive plug-in hybrid being made available for the first time, although details of this are yet to be revealed.

Full UK specs, prices, and an on-sale date for the updated Tucson are still to be confirmed.