Say hello to the 2024 Hyundai Sonata, which has received an extensive facelift for this model year. The South Korean automaker’s midsize sedan is now 3 years old, which makes it ripe for a refresh to keep it competitive.
And boy what a facelift this is. The 2023 Hyundai Sonata’s face is almost completely new, with the most dominant design highlight being its horizontal LED daytime running lights running across its width. The main LED headlight clusters are separate units altogether, and they are integrated into the car’s side vents. The side profile remains largely unchanged except for a new set of wheels, while the rear end gets a tastefully done full-width LED taillight design with vertical elements on each end. There’s also an equally aggressive rear bumper that complements the aggressive front end.
The interior has also seen a significant facelift. Rather than simply updating the materials or altering a few areas of the interior, Hyundai has given the 2024 Sonata a completely new dash design, which now incorporates a single curved glass for the two 12.3-inch displays. It also adopts a column-type gear shifter to further remove the clutter in the center console. Also complementing the new interior design is a host of interior color choices and multi-color LED ambient lights.
Powertrain details for the 2024 Hyundai Sonata have not yet been revealed, though we expect a mix of naturally-aspirated and turbocharged gasoline engines. Of course, we also expect a hybrid to also be offered for the midsize sedan. On the other hand, the performance-oriented Sonata N Line will most probably get a 2.5-liter turbo four-cylinder that produces 290 hp and 421 Nm of torque.
The 2024 Hyundai Sonata will be revealed in full at the upcoming Seoul Mobility Show, and you’ll be glad to hear that Go Flat Out PH will be there on March 30.
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