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Hyundai Sonata sedan unveiled, will feel like buying it on seeing the look

New Delhi. A few days ago, Hyundai introduced an updated version of the Sonata for the global markets. It was showcased for the first time at the 2023 Seoul Motor Show. Hyundai at its Home Motoring Expo has revealed more details about the updated sedan as it will be offered with a total of three powertrain options.

Hyundai will sell the updated Sonata in South Korea before reaching other international markets in the second half of this calendar year. Despite saying that it will be available with three engines, performance numbers have not been revealed and an all-wheel-drive configuration is highly unlikely. However, the Kia K5, which shares a lot with the Sonata, comes with an AWD system.
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amazing look
The three engines for the N Line model are the 2.5L turbo petrol, 2.0L hybrid and the 2.5L NA mill. The new Hyundai Sonata is based on the sensuous sportiness design philosophy, but the notable changes at the front have made a big difference. It is sportier than the older model and looks more straight forward.

great features
Some of the highlights are a more muscular bonnet, a revised headlamp cluster and a new grille section. Elsewhere, it gets a modern LED light bar running along the width of the sedan, connected LED tail lamps, new side garnish, a reworked trunk lid and 19-inch alloy wheels on the N Line variant. Hyundai has tweaked the audio system with 12 speakers for a more immersive experience.

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cool interior
The interiors come with a 12-inch heads-up display, a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, a 12.3-inch digital instrument console, a layered dashboard, new driver-assistance and safety features. Etcetera. Hyundai has said that the NVH levels of the premium sedan have been reduced due to structural strength and use of a different material for the steering wheel. A new crash energy distribution structure is claimed to improve side collision protection. Recently Hyundai introduced the new generation Verna in India. It is available with 1.5L turbo petrol and 1.5L NA petrol engines.

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