This paper examines the multiphysics of multilayered and functionally graded cylinders subjected to steady-state hygrothermomagnetoelectromechanical loading. The cylinder is assumed to be axisymmetric, infinitely long, and with either hollow or solid cross section that is, both polarized and magnetized radially. The multiphysics model is used to investigate the effect of moisture, temperature, magnetic, electric, and mechanical loadings. The influence of imperfectly bonded interfaces is also accounted for in the governing equations. Exact solutions of differential equations are obtained for each homogenous layer of the multilayered cylinder. The results are verified with those available in literature for a homogenous infinitely long cylinder and can also be applied to study the multiphysics of thin circular disks. Maps are presented for solid and hollow cylinders to visualize the effect of hygrothermomagnetoelectromechanical loading, heterogeneity of bonded layers, and imperfectly bonded interfaces. The plots offer insight into the behavior of heterogeneous magnetoelectroelastic media in a steady state hygrothermal field.