The 2018 Hyundai Sonata arrives this summer in U.S. dealerships, with the company revealing pricing and range details.
The new 2018 Hyundai Sonata features an extensive exterior redesign, with highlights including the cascading front grille and the overall cleaner shape.
The rear end is also all-new, with the license plate relocated in the bumper. Hyundai has used all-new sheet metal for the hood, front fenders and trunk, along with redesigned alloy wheels to give the new Sonata a more dynamic appearance.
The interior benefits from a renewed center stack and instrument panel which aim to give the cabin a more premium feel. A new sporty three-spoke steering wheel, piano-key buttons for the HVAC controls and a standard seven-inch display are also present.
The chassis has been upgraded with 21 percent thicker trailing arms, new bushings and a revised steering rack. Range-topping 2.0T models also get a new eight-speed automatic transmission for improved performance and efficiency.
The range of driver assistance systems has been enhanced with Blind Spot Detection with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert as standard, with a rearview backup camera and a Lane Departure Warning system available as well.
Prices for the new 2018 Hyundai Sonata kick off at $22,050 for the SE 2.4L models and reach up to $32,450 for the Limited 2.0T version.