Hyundai has revealed the design of its 2024 Sonata, with a new badge for the eighth generation sedan heralding its sportiest look ever. Through more than a simple facelift, the dynamic, progressive new model features low-slung, elegant proportions.
An N Line-based exterior design conveys sports coupe style with a long hood, low front-end and fastback roof line. A horizontal front-end sports hidden headlamps, Hyundai’s “Seamless Horizon” strip light, and a wide grille.
The black garnish along the bottom of the body rises towards the rear, giving the Sonata improved character, while at the rear, the new H-lights further emphasise a high-tech image and wide stance.
A rear spoiler and dual twin-tip mufflers, along with exclusive 19-inch wheels will feature on the N Line (which is currently the only model sold here). Inside, the Sonata boasts a driver-centric layout, and for the first time, a panoramic curved display.
Combining both a 12.3-inch driver information cluster and 12.3-inch infotainment system in a modern and simple dashboard layout, the new look sedan also features touch-type climate controls.
The interior has undergone significant upgrades for an improved passenger experience too, with tasteful interior colour combinations to enhance the sense of sportiness and premium character simultaneously.
A column-type shift-by-wire gear controller behind the steering wheel creates more space in the centre console area, with a palm rest and extended arm rest providing additional driver comfort. The large size cup holder and tray provide additional convenience.
The 2024 Hyundai Sonata will be unveiled at the Seoul Mobility Show, which opens this Thursday. Further details of local model specs, pricing and additional information will be available in the future.