Friday, October 18, 2019

2020 Hyundai Grandeur






I have to say, I can't remember seeing that many changes done to a car for a mid-cycle facelift.
This is quite amazing.
As you can see, the front end is 100% new. With a futuristic and original. light design.

The rear end is of course all new as well.
But they went as far as redesigning the side glass area. At least the 3rd window. Which is a lot of work.
The whole thing gives the car an all new personality.
While still much cheaper than coming up with an all new generation.

Good job...


More pictures HERE

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

From the front and rear it's a 2025 but from the side it's a 2005.

Anonymous said...

The front looks very bling and tasteless. This is not going to be sold in North America, so why should we care? Vince should call this blog The Hyundai-Genesis blog.

JohnC said...

That LED DRL treatment is the most interesting I've seen since Audi started the whole trend with their "angel eyes."

Having them mimic the diamond grille bits is quite distinctive and creative. Finally, something different. Well done, Hyundai.

Anonymous said...

The 2020 Grandeur has been redesigned for the NA.

Anonymous said...

That front is monumentally original. I love it.

Anonymous said...

What's up with the Korean car shills in this website? I'd get if someone would shill for Ferrari or Rolls Royce, but shilling for these generic korean barges is just sad and pathetic. They must be paid or something

Anonymous said...

I don't like that front end, now, as a quick refresher to you Vince, 2015 Toyota Camry, that mid cycle redesing was pretty extensive as well.

Vince Burlapp said...

You are 100% correct about the 2015 Camry.
Still, they didn't change any glass. I think this one is even more impressive...

The 2020 Passat is also not an all new car. But most of the outside design is...

FFEMT6 said...

That grill looks like the lattice work under some decks and porches. The rear restyle looks much better imo.

The_Automobile_Enthusiast said...

Agree, so much Korean car news.

Carl Sandstedt said...

There's lots of Korean car news because they're bringing a lot of new product to market. Do you want to ignore that?