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Hyundai Sonata unveiled, looks very similar to Verna 2023, all you need to know

Hyundai Sonata: The reimagined Hyundai Sonata, produced by the South Korean automaker Hyundai, was unveiled today. With numerous significant cosmetic and interior modifications, this sedan is the eighth generation. It will be introduced at the Seoul Motor Show beginning on March 30, 2023; as of right now, the firm has only showcased it. According to the firm, the new Sonata was created in accordance with Hyundai Motor’s “Sensuous Sportiness” design concept.  Read on to know more.

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Expected Specifications

Additional details regarding this car’s engine and other aspects will be made public when it is introduced. Yet, it is anticipated that its engine won’t undergo any significant changes. The 2.5-litre inline-four, 1.6-litre inline-four, and 2.5-litre inline-four hybrid engines are currently available for this sedan.

Hyundai Sonata 2023 Design

The manufacturer has given the Sonata’s exterior a luxury appearance while also making it sporty. The sedan’s appearance is N-Line-based and sports coupe-styled, with a large hood, a low front end, and a fastback roof line. The automobile receives a horizontal front-end design that incorporates seamless horizon lamps, hidden headlamps, a wide grille, and air intakes that are distinctive to Hyundai.

The full-width LED light strip directly above the car’s front grille is the most eye-catching feature. In this, a new contour has been given to the grille and the headlight. A similar new design has also been provided to the taillight in addition to this. The company has released both the basic and N-Line versions of this car, and both have unique alloy wheel designs.


The new Hyundai Sonata’s interior is equipped with cutting-edge features, including a panoramic display with a 12.3-inch driver information cluster and a 12.3-inch AVN infotainment system in the dashboard’s advanced technology layout. 

Hyundai claims that the interior of the sedan has undergone major improvements for a better passenger experience with appealing interior colour schemes. In addition to the armrest that has been provided in the centre console of the automobile, large-sized cup holders and trays, etc. give you even additional storage. In order to make room for the central console, the gearshift was moved to the steering column and a new steering wheel was added.

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