Korea's biggest car maker is drawing closer to revealing its most important new model
- shares

UPDATE: The 2021 Hyundai Tucson has now been revealed. See our full story here.

UPDATE: A new teaser of the upcoming 2021 Hyundai Tucson has been released today, ahead of its September 15 official unveiling. In this short video, a brief shadowy glimpse is offered of the new Tucson's LED signature lighting – that matches nicely with our own speculative renderings.

Catch the video below. The rest of this story is unchanged.

July 22: A teaser sketch for the new-generation 2021 Hyundai Tucson has surfaced on an enthusiast forum, and while the company has yet to issue any word on its authenticity, it bears all the hallmarks of an official preview.

As with the below photo published in March, the sketch reveals a minimalist interior design with a centre console that extends out of the dashtop and wraps down into the lower cubby space.

Above: the new Tucson's cabin, as published by The Korean Car Blog.

A large main display is flanked top and bottom by simple vents and air-conditioning controls, while a wide rectangular instrument display dominates the space behind the steering wheel.

While not shown in the sketch, a button-based, shift-by-wire gear selector has been shown in spy photos to occupy the space left of the main cup holders.

For more on the new-generation Tucson, including concept images and spy photos of its sharp new look (think new i30 Sedan), catch our coverage at the links below.

When will the new Tucson come to Australia?

The new Tucson will be revealed on September 15. Expect either a late 2020 or early 2021 debut for Australia.

Below: the Concept T concept that previews the new Tucson

Below: the Current, facelifted Tucson