- Hyundai is updating the Sonata for 2024 with a placing new exterior design.
- The inside can also be totally up to date and options new show screens.
- We anticipate the Sonata to go on sale within the U.S. later this 12 months.
Hyundai is restyling the Sonata mid-size sedan with a brand new look that falls according to different current redesigns such because the Kona crossover, the Staria van, and the Grandeur sedan. It seems to be surprisingly totally different from the outgoing Sonata that first launched for the 2020 mannequin 12 months, and the brand new face is especially futuristic.
The complete-width LED mild strip stretching throughout the entrance is straight away noticeable, and the grille and headlights are reshaped as nicely. Out again, the taillights incorporate an identical mild strip and the decrease fascia seems to be extra aggressive than earlier than. Hyundai confirmed each the usual automotive and the sportier N Line mannequin, and each have new wheel designs as nicely.
The adjustments inside focus on two giant 12.3-inch screens that are actually housed in a single curved show binnacle. Sure dashboard elements such because the local weather controls are additionally rearranged, and the supplies look like an improve in contrast with earlier than. The steering wheel can also be new and the gearshift is relocated to the steering column to unencumber house within the middle console.
We do not anticipate too many adjustments to the Sonata’s powertrain lineup, which presently includes a 2.5-liter inline-four, a turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-four, a turbocharged 2.5-liter inline-four for the N Line, and a hybrid setup. Hyundai will reveal extra particulars in regards to the automotive quickly, and U.S. specs ought to come inside the subsequent few months.
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Regardless of being raised on a gentle food regimen of base-model Hondas and Toyotas—or maybe due to it—Joey Capparella nonetheless cultivated an obsession for the automotive trade all through his childhood in Nashville, Tennessee. He discovered a solution to write about automobiles for the college newspaper throughout his faculty years at Rice College, which ultimately led him to maneuver to Ann Arbor, Michigan, for his first skilled auto-writing gig at Vehicle Journal. He has been a part of the Automotive and Driver staff since 2016 and now lives in New York Metropolis.