Friday, February 22, 2019

Already much better shots of the all new 2020 Hyundai Sonata







The top photo matches the one I posted HERE a while ago.
Showing one of the most distinctive rear lights design in a mid-sized sedan. It looks great so far.

It's harder to tell much from the front end picture. 
It looks like the big grille is still there. Looking a lot like any other current Hyundai model.
( I was hoping for something a bit simpler and different)

Inside, we see an electronic shifter. Although with a different pattern than what they have in the Kona EV.

This should end up looking really good.


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Civic taillights, how original!

BillyM67 said...

Looks like Hyundai is reverting to their rip off Honda ways. Hope I'm wrong.

Tobiyyah said...

Ignoring the Hyundai concept before the civic. Also ignoring the Civic's greenhouse is nothing original. In fact the 2011 Sonata greenhouse came out before the Chrysler 200, Ford Fusion, and Toyota Avalon and some Lincoln MK. Including the Civic.

Tobiyyah said...

Ignoring the Hyundai concept before the civic. Also ignoring the Civic's greenhouse is nothing original. In fact the 2011 Sonata greenhouse came out before the Chrysler 200, Ford Fusion, and Toyota Avalon and some Lincoln MK. Including the Civic.

Tobiyyah said...

Ignoring the Paleside, and Sante Fe looks nothing like the Pilot.

Tobiyyah said...

Ignoring the Civic's backend copied the Kia GT4 by the way. What's Honda's excuse?

Anonymous said...

Really like the taillight...clearly inspired by the Civic, but without the "dork factor."

Anonymous said...

Like how Honda copied the first gen genesis sedan for the last gen accord?

Anonymous said...

Wow. Thai tail light is almost a 1:1 rip off of the Civic's... I see sorta it's origin in the new Chinese Santa Fe's rear, but this is pretty blatant copying.

And it looks like Hyundai is pushing ahead with their truly awful grille.

My enthusiasm for this car has dropped out.

Anonymous said...

That looks like a chinese Civic rip-off, awful

Anonymous said...

No matter how stylish the new Sonata might be, what we can expect is another 4-door “sedan” with a backseat that’ll require the flexibility of a contortionist, a too narrow to be useful trunk opening, and another nail in the segment’s coffin.