Silver color Tucson is placed in the woods next to the beautiful lake


Safety & Reliability it's the first thing on our mind


Safety & reliability
it’s the first thing on our mind
Hyundai continues to set the safety standard of intelligent driving with greater rigidity and
cutting-edge technology of All-new Tucson that ensures our promise for your safe journey.
  • Autonomous emergency braking (AEB)

    Ready before you, the Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) system is designed to secure you
    from any potential collisions ahead using high-tech radar and camera sensors that keep you safe
    even when you’re not looking.

    only available in select regions
    AEB image
  • Blind spot detection (BSD)

    Protecting you from all angles, the Blind spot detection (BSD) constantly keeps an eye on the road
    using sensors to monitor any vehicles approaching blind spots from the side and rear end of your

    BSD image
  • Lane departure warning system (LDWS)

    Reliable Lane departure warning system (LDWS) alerts you if the vehicle drifts too close to the edge of the lane. Alerting you with clear audible sounds and visual graphics, it’s hard not to be safe.

    only available in select regions
    LDWS image
  • Static bending lights (SBL)

    Guiding your way even in the darkest places, Static bending lights (SBL) will enhance your safety at night, providing wider visibility before turning into a dark corner.

    SBL image
  • AEB
  • BSD
  • LDWS
  • SBL
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Illustrative road scenario about traction control system

Traction control system (TCS)

The Traction control system (TCS) continuously monitors the amount of acceleration from the driver and road surface conditions. If the system finds wheels spinning with no traction, it adjusts the acceleration and traction so that the vehicle can move forward normally.
  • Only available in select regions
Top view of Tucson with wheels

Vehicle stability management (VSM)

Whether you’re on wet or slippery roads, Vehicle stability management (VSM) helps you drive with extra confidence, ensuring stability through co-operative control between Electronic stability control (ESC) and Motor driven power-steering (MDPS).
Illustration of side view silver Tucson driving down the hill

Down-hill brake control (DBC) and Hill-start assist control (HAC)

Designed to tackle any hills with automatic brake force for a steep downhill and automatically initiated brakes to prevent dangerous roll-back, All-new Tucson can inspire a real sense of adventure.
Side view of Tucson skeleton

Advanced high strength steel (AHSS)

Ensuring the best-in-class skeletal rigidity of the body, the All-new Tucson design is reinforced through the expanded use of Advanced high strength steel (AHSS) and hot-stamping process.
Active headrest

Active headrest

An active headrest system considers the size and weight of the driver and passengers to move headrests in a way that minimizes the threat of injury.
6-airbag system simulated on the skeleton of Tucson

6-airbag system

The 6-airbag system comprises dual front airbags, two side impact airbags at the front, and two curtain airbags running lengthways on both sides.
Closer view of wheel

Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)

The tire pressure monitoring system intelligently indicates exactly which tire is low on air.
Electronic parking brake buttons

Electronic parking brake (EPB)

Saves on interior space and provides higher convenience to activating parking brake with a state-of-the-art switch design.
  • Only available with automatic transmission

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