What’s New With the 2020 Hyundai Sonata?

2020 Hyundai Sonata

This Hyundai Midsize Sedan is One to Watch

The Hyundai Sonata is the flagship of Hyundai midsize sedans and will be entering its 8th generation with the 2020 model, coming soon in the fall of 2019. This car has been redesigned and recrafted, including sleek new design elements, smart technology and enhancements to performance.

Here is what’s new with the 2020 Hyundai Sonata:

Hyundai Sonata Redesign

This Hyundai midsize sedan is larger than its predecessor. It's 2.5cm wider and 4.5cm longer. It's also 3cm lower to the ground, making it look even sophisticated. The lower roofline adds an element of elegance and artistry. The interior has had a makeover as well. This Hyundai midsize sedan exemplifies what happens when you combine smart engineering with carefully crafted design.


The Hyundai Sonata redesign isn’t just about good looks. Drivers will feel the power from the 1.6-litre engine, with approximately 180hp and 88.5kg of torque.

2020 Hyundai Sonata Features

The 2020 Hyundai specs depend upon which trim is chosen, but all cars offer a lot for the price point.

One of the most exciting features is a digital key which can be conveniently shared and lets you lock and unlock the car using a smartphone. In addition, drivers have the ability to unlock the trunk for package delivery using their smartphone. Another cool tech feature is remote control parking, which lets the driver maneuver the car out of a parking spot remotely if it is too tight to enter the car.

There is a wireless charger where the pad circulates air, which lets your phone charge faster. There is a “heads up” feature as well, which broadcasts pertinent information on the windshield just ahead of the driver.

The 2020 Hyundai specs aren’t all about tech (although there are all kinds of bells and whistles); one new feature is the illuminated chrome trim, amplifying the impression made by the design.

All-New Exterior Styling

The 2020 Hyundai Sonata is something to see. The all-new exterior styling embraces elegant curves and design features that make this car immensely attractive from all vantage points. Its low profile nose is aerodynamic and gives the car a very pleasant side profile. The windows flow and curve nicely.

The tail lights and headlights are detailed in their design, contributing to this car’s overall sleek look. The tail lights are connected by a light bar across the trunk and have small fins at the top. The trunk has a wide cut out.

The headlights have chrome-coloured LED daytime running light which complements the chrome detailing found all over the car.

An elongated hood is punctuated with Hyundai’s trademark Digital Pulse Cascading Grille, letting this car burst forward with a fashionable impression.

2020 Hyundai Sonata

Interior Design and Capacities

The larger size of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata is reflected in the swanky interior design. New with this model is a classy looking, 31.2cm digital gauge cluster. A piece like this is often only seen in high-end cars at much higher price points. For a lower price point, the 2020 Hyundai Sonata gets many of the same benefits, providing excellent value and a luxurious experience in a more affordable way.

The digital cluster is both fashionable and functional. It contains a sizeable 26.1cm display screen. There is a shift-by-wire transmission that sets the stage for a striking, smooth and straightforward gear layout system that helps to provide a seamless, enjoyable driving experience.

The interior is roomy for passengers and has a lot of cargo room for a midsize sedan. Comfort is top on the list, with luxurious Nappa leather seats. The 2020 Hyundai Sonata is true contemporary chic, inside and out.

2020 Hyundai Sonata

Safety Features

The safety features on this Hyundai midsize sedan are impressive. It has automatic braking, and the 2020 Hyundai Sonata standard features include adaptive cruise control, active lane control, and a driver-attention monitor.

Reduce the likelihood of getting into an accident while changing lanes with blind-spot cameras that are embedded in the side mirrors. Lane-following assist will help the car stay on track, even if you lose sight of lane markers. There is also a beneficial safety feature that will alert you if a car is approaching from behind if you’ve got the door open.

Come and see for yourself the benefits of the Hyundai Sonata redesign with the 2020 model. Call us today to learn more.