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2025 Hyundai Tucson: Introducing ‘Baby Mode’ for Smoother Family Journeys

Hyundai has revealed the latest version of its Tucson SUV, set to hit North American markets in 2025. While the outside looks familiar, there are significant improvements under the hood and inside the cabin.

One big change is the power boost for the hybrid models. The standard hybrid now has 231 horsepower, up by 6 from before. The plug-in hybrid gets even more power, with 268 horsepower. There’s also a new feature called “Baby Mode” for hybrid models, which makes the ride smoother, especially for little passengers.

For traditional engines, the Tucson sticks with a 2.5-liter one making 187 horsepower. Inside, the dashboard has been redesigned with two big screens and a Morse code “H” instead of the Hyundai logo on the steering wheel.

Other interior upgrades include simpler climate controls, a new gear selector position, and more storage space.


While exact prices aren’t out yet, the 2025 Tucson promises to offer a better driving experience with these updates.

Expected Features List for the 2025 Hyundai Tucson

2025 Hyundai Tucson
2025 Hyundai Tucson


  1. Updated front grille design
  2. Revised skid plates for a wider appearance
  3. Possibly refreshed headlight and taillight designs (unconfirmed)


  1. Standard hybrid variant with a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine
  2. Increased power output for hybrid models (231 horsepower for standard hybrid, 268 horsepower for plug-in hybrid)
  3. Driver-adjustable regenerative braking system
  4. Conventional combustion engine option with a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter engine producing 187 horsepower
  5. Eight-speed automatic transmission for combustion engine models, six-speed automatic for hybrids
  6. Standard front-wheel drive with available all-wheel drive for combustion engine models; hybrid models equipped with standard all-wheel drive


  1. Reconfigured dashboard layout
  2. Integration of two 12.3-inch screens for infotainment and instrumentation
  3. Replacement of Hyundai logo on steering wheel with Morse code dots representing “H”
  4. Simplified climate control settings with a mix of buttons and rotary knobs
  5. Relocation of gear selector to steering wheel column
  6. Spacious center console with large wireless charging pad and ample storage provisions
  7. Premium stitching on door cards and dashboard (possibly limited to higher trim levels)
  8. Perforated leather upholstery for seating surfaces (possibly limited to higher trim levels)

Additional Features:

  1. Introduction of “Baby Mode” for hybrid models, providing smoother acceleration and driving inputs for a more comfortable ride, particularly for young passengers
  2. Possible introduction of new driver-assist and safety features (unconfirmed)
  3. Enhanced connectivity options, including smartphone integration and advanced infotainment system capabilities (unconfirmed)

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