Hyundai has revealed its renewed Sonata that will do battle with the likes of the Toyota Camry and Mazda6.
The South Korean brand took the wraps off the car at the 2017 New York motor show and revealed more details about what to expect when the car arrives in Australia in the third quarter of 2017.
As previously revealed when the car first broke cover in March, the new model will carryover the same engines – a 2.4-litre four-cylinder petrol and a 2.0-litre turbo petrol – and introduce an eight-speed automatic for the higher-grade model.
The local suspension tune will remain the same as the existing car.
However, Hyundai Australia has revealed it is considering introducing the Sports Kit to the Australian model for the first time. The optional package brings a range of cosmetic upgrades to the exterior and interior, including a unique grille to set it apart from the standard model in the range.
Pricing and specifications for the new range won’t be revealed until closer to the launch but Hyundai Australia has confirmed it will add navigation as standard across the range.
High beam assist and Attention Assist are also new items that are expected to be included at least the top of the range model.