The modern lines of the 2015 Sonata mid-sized sedan reveal the same unprecedented combination of style, safety and ergonomic features that garnered worldwide acclaim when a reimagined Sonata launched four years ago. Its exterior design displays a new level of polish and sophistication. Inside, the cabin is intuitively redesigned – with more technology and safety features throughout the lineup than ever before.
As the first mainstream Hyundai model to feature the company’s “Fluidic Sculpture 2.0” design language, the 2015 Sonata’s taut lines and confident proportions reflect the brand’s new generation of class-leading products that began with the all-new 2015 Genesis. Inside the cabin, Sonata stands apart from competitors with an intuitive overall design punctuated by a driver-oriented centre stack as well as high-quality materials and switchgear. Also new for 2015 are a full suite of class-leading driver assistance technologies, including a Forward Collision Warning (FCW) system, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Blind Spot Detection (BSD) with Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), and more.
Sonata offers a choice of two powerful and efficient four-cylinder engines, both revised for 2015 to offer improved responsiveness and drivability. Like Hyundai’s Genesis premium sedan, the Sonata’s rigid new chassis was validated in extremely demanding environments, including Germany’s Nürburgring Nordschleife racing circuit. This relentless focus on research and development has resulted in confident, refined road manners. Drivers seeking a more engaging experience will be able to opt for a “Sport” line of Sonata models featuring more aggressive styling, new interior elements, and improved handling performance.