2020 Hyundai Sonata has been officially revealed before the New York Motor Show. The digital presence of the car has confirmed that the Korean brand is planning big for the luxury four-door coupe, redesigned for maximum visual enhancement and premium feel from every bit of the car. The front comes with a signature Hyundai grille with horizontal chrome line running throughout the bumper and turning into a boomerang at both the corners around the black bumper section. The lower grill creates a splitter-style visual effect and adds a sporty character to the car. The most unique feature of the new Sonata is hidden in the bonnet.
The headlight features a daytime running light pattern that is followed by another streak of light into the bonnet. The first division is seen slightly on the front side as remaining part of the bonnet flows with a chrome highlight. The same stripe is seen running throughout the car in the form of chrome window highlights. The alloy wheels are dual tone with chrome and black machine-finished pattern while the front features four element headlights with LED illumination. The rear comes with a Honda Civic-inspired tail light pattern with an extended horizontal red section (most probably reflective glass). It complements the presence of front chrome stripe in the bumper.
The LED daytime running light pattern of the new Sonata is not just unique, but also creates an illusion of a bigger headlight than its actual size. The interior spills luxury from every bit as the front comes with dual tone leather-wrapped dashboard, unique steering wheel design, and dedicated console area. The instrument console is completely digital while the layer of the dashboard holds one important function on each of them. The seats are finished in the same shade as the upper section of the dashboard. The engine and performance section is yet to be disclosed for the car.
2020 Hyundai Sonata Photos