2015 Hyundai Sonata front revealed in new spy shot
The 2015 Hyundai Sonata facelift has been teased ahead of its official debut at New York International Auto Show later this year. It will come in with a more appealing design and better internal comforts. Now, a new spy shot has been leaked online, revealing the front of 2015 Sonata.
Rivaling Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion and Nissan Altima, the 2015 Hyundai Sonata will be classier in design with refreshed interior, while it will also grow in size and dimensions, all of which will combine together to endear the new Sonata to an increasing global audience.
The new Sonata to meet demands of an Indian audience, should see a more fluidic design, according to Hyundai’s “fluidic sculpture 2.0″ design theme and the introduction of a diesel engine which will make it more appealing.
2015 Hyundai Sonata will receive LED headlamps and tail lamps and a host of other design cues as seen on board the premium Genesis sedan. In its 7th generation, the new Sonata will get a more quality exterior design and first class interior comforts while it will also be a whole lot safer due to the increased use of Advanced High Strength Steel in its platform. The use of structure adhesive has also been increased 10 fold which has combined together to offer 40% increase to Sonata’s tonsorial and bending stiffness. All this will help Hyundai to capture an extensive audience and boost sales in international markets.
Speaking about the interiors of new Sonata, Hyundai says, “Its interior design aligns with the premium exterior, adopting consistent design details that fully reflect careful consideration of ergonomics and intuitive operation. The horizontally designed cabin gives off a stable feeling, and tailored design specifications for all materials and master craftsmanship-level finish strengthen the Sonata’s premium image.”
Spyshots via The Korean Car Club