For 2024, Hyundai is giving the Sonata a completely redesigned exterior.

The inside has also been modernised with brand-new screens.

The Sonata should hit the shelves in the States by the end of the year.

Sonata, Hyundai’s midsize sedan, is getting a facelift to bring it in step with the company’s other recent redesigns, including the Kona SUV, the Staria van, and the Grandeur sedan. The new Sonata, which debuted for the 2020 model year, has a strikingly modern appearance compared to the outgoing model.

Hyundai Sonata

There is a new grille and redesigned headlights, and the full-width LED light strip across the front is instantly recognisable. The lower fascia and taillights both feature an identical light strip, but the latter gives the vehicle a more menacing appearance. Both the base model and the sportier N Line model displayed by Hyundai sported new wheel designs.

Two large 12.3-inch screens are now housed in a single curved display binnacle, which is the primary focus of the interior redesign. The climate controls and other parts of the dashboard have been moved around and appear to be made of higher quality materials than before. The gearshift has been moved to the steering column to make more room in the centre console, and a new steering wheel has also been installed.

As for the Sonata’s engine options, which now include a 2.5-liter inline-four, a turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-four, a turbocharged 2.5-liter inline-four for the N Line, and a hybrid configuration, we don’t anticipate major modifications. U.S.-market specifications for the vehicle are expected to be announced by Hyundai within the next few months.

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Joey Capparella had an unhealthy fixation on automobiles despite being fed a diet of cheap Hondas and Toyotas as a boy growing up in Nashville, Tennessee. While attending Rice University, he wrote about automobiles for the university newspaper. This led to a job offer from Car Magazine in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He moved to New York City in 2016 to join the Car and Driver crew.