Check Out the All-New 2020 Hyundai Sonata
|Starting At $23,400||Up To 38 MPG Hwy||Up to 191 HP|
The Bolder, The Better
Suddenly the ordinary is extraordinary. Innovation after inspired innovation makes the all-new Sonata the best thing to happen to sedans in forever, astonishing the world with reimagined everything. From sexy sports coupe design cues to tech and safety that bound into the future, Sonata's done it again.
Check Out More Features Of The New 2020 Hyundai Sonata
See The Light
When the lights come on, the secret's out. Hidden elegant lights integrate with the chrome trim for an inventive design that sets the tone for Sonata's many sweeping enhancements. It's an exhilarating take on what a sedan can be, and this is just the beginning.
Remote Smart Parking Assist
Valet Parking Without The Valet
You don't even have to be in the car to park it. Just press a button on your Smart Key and Sonata can drive itself into a parking space, and pull out of one, too. All you have to do is find the parking spot.**
The Inside Story
Step Into The Future
Surround yourself with the new essentials—thoughtful, innovative features presented in a modern, clean space designed for your comfort, convenience and sophisticated style.
Connected Like Never Before
What if your phone could do the same things as your key fob, unlocking your car and starting the engine? What if your car could park itself, and charge your phone wirelessly? It's happening. Tech innovations sure to become instant essentials.
* 2020 Sonata SE: 28 City/38 Hwy/32 Combined MPG. 2020 Sonata SEL: 27 City/37 Hwy/31 Combined MPG. 2020 Sonata SEL Plus/Limited: 27 City/36 Hwy/31 Combined MPG All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage may vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle's condition.
**Standard on Limited trim. Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) can autonomously help park the vehicle. However, several factors can impact RSPA performance. RSPA may not function correctly if one or more of the parking sensors is damaged, dirty or covered or if weather conditions (heavy rain, snow or fog) interfere with sensor operation. Always inspect the parking area with your own eyes. See Owner's Manual for further details and limitations.