Hyundai Redesigns The Sonata For 2020.
Hyundai wants to redefine the mid-size car class once again with its redesign of the 2020 Sonata. The sixth generation (2010–2014) first made headlines at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show. It was Hyundai’s introduction of their “Fluidic Sculpture” design. The 2020 model seeks to capture that same excitement. Utilizing a sleek design in an affordable package.
The redesigned Hyundai Sonata drops in height by 1.2-inches. It features a more refined body with superfluous lines. You’ll also notice the LED daytime running lights. They extend to the hood as well as the chrome trim on the windows. Furthermore, Hyundai designed a brand new rear. It’s composed of a single-strip brake light near the trunk that curves up to the extended duckbill spoiler.
When you take a look at the inside, the Hyundai Sonata now features European styling. Taking ideas from models that sit well above the Sonata MSRP. You’ll notice details such a large center console LCD display as well as quilted stitching on the premium leather seats, controllable ambient lighting, and streamline control buttons/air vents. Take a look down below at the photos we have so far. The 2020 Hyundai Sonata will make an official debut at the 2019 New York Auto Show in April. Lastly, for more automotive news, Mercedes-Benz Reveal Their 2020 GLE.