There's a common saying in towns, cities, and regions all across the United States, and likely the world, that goes something like this, "If you don't like the weather here, wait a minute and it will change." You can say the same thing about Hyundai's design language, as it seems the company has no qualms about sculpting entirely new looks for its brand. https://www.hagerty.com/media/new-car-reviews/review-2022-hyundai-tucson/
A swing and a big miss with that styling IMO. The RAV4 looks better, get's better fuel economy in all configurations, will run forever and have better resale value. Although I suppose that's also why it outsells everything else too!