The unmatched versatility of the eight-generation 2020 Hyundai Sonata
The new generation Hyundai Sonata will be powered by a versatile platform that supports electrification, presenting us with a hybrid model that was described by CEO Brian Smith as “a high-performance turbocharged Sonata, with over 275 horsepower”. It’s not only the styling, but also the functionality of this vehicle that will make this one of the most versatile Hyundai models to date.
There’s something about the lower, wider model that gives it its sex appeal, and the advanced cabin tech that makes the new Hyundai Sonata practical in every way. From families to police officers, this vehicle’s performance makes it the perfect medium-sized sedan that’s capable of powering your journey for a smoother, more premium ride.
Let’s start with the aesthetics. One key feature is its state-of-the-art lighting technology that can be adjusted depending on your mood and requirements. “Hidden lighting lamps” look like they’re made of chromic material when switched off, but have a dramatically bright effect when turned on. Inside, you can experience ambient mood lighting that makes driving any time - day or night - a complete pleasure.
Like its predecessors, the new generation model is packed with useful safety features and advanced in-car technology. The Sonata’s new digital key is perhaps the most notable tech addition; it uses Near Field Communication Technology (NFC) to unlock the vehicle, which owners can share with their family and friends. So, whether you need to give your kids or your co-workers access, you can do so swiftly and safely.
Families looking to save money and enhance safety will appreciate everything from the fuel efficiency to the car’s many driver assistance features, such as Forward-Collision Avoidance Assist, Lane Keeping Assist and a Blind-Spot View Monitor.
The features to look out for
Finding the right new car deals for you starts with choosing a model that meets your unique requirements. Luckily, the 2020 eighth-generation Sonata does it all.
Some stand-out features of the new Hyundai coming to Australia’s Dealerships include:
- Both of the regular versions (1.6 litre and 2.5 litre engines) are matched to an eight-speed automatic gearbox
- 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and 8-inch infotainment system
- Heated and ventilated front seats
- 12-speaker Bose premium audio system
- NFC technology
- Blue Link Service so owners can lock/unlock the door remotely and start warming or cooling the interior
- Even more driver assistance features, including Advanced Smart Cruise Control and Remote Smart Parking Assistant
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We’re expecting the newly-designed midsize sedan to attract new audiences - even those that have never driven a Hyundai before. With fresh styling that will attract younger buyers and safety equipment that makes it a favourite amongst families and those that spend a lot of time on the roads in their everyday lives, the Hyundai Sonata should surely make an impact in 2020.
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