The redesign of the 2022 Tucson is clear starting from the front grille. The daytime running lights have been integrated into the jewel-like design of the grille which sits at the base of a long hood with Sonata-like horizontal lines running through it. All of this, including the sharp edges which run the length of the car on the sides, give the Tucson a sporty and aggressive appearance.The interior of the Tucson adopts a simple design with a standard 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen or an optional 10.3-inch touchscreen—both upgrades from the outgoing model year. The infotainment screen has been integrated into the dashboard, and also new for 2022 is the instrument cluster’s move a separate screen. Hyundai also revamped the technology in Tucson, which now including Hyundai’s Digital Key, a feature that allows customers to use their smartphones as keys. The Tucson’s “car to home” feature will also give drivers the ability to link up their smart home appliances to their vehicle, so they can do things such as turn on their home air conditioner before they return home, from the vehicle.