Hyundai Motor America recently announced that the all-new 2020 Sonata that was recently introduced at the 49th Miami International Auto Show has started production and retail sales can be expected to commence later this month.
The presentation of the eighth-generation Sonata at the auto show marked the Southern Region debut of the automaker’s longest-standing and most successful model.
"The Southern Region is one of Hyundai's fastest-growing and most valued markets," Steve Flood, regional general manager for Hyundai Motor America, said in a press release. "We're proud to debut the all-new Sonata at the Miami International Auto Show on the same day it begins production. Hyundai is committed to building quality vehicles that surpass the expectations of both new and current customers throughout both the Southeast and across the U.S."
The new sedan has a wider stance and optional safety and convenience features such as blind-view monitor, forward collision-avoidance assist, rear collision-avoidance assist, LED daytime running lights and remote smart-parking assist.
"The Sonata holds a special significance for our company as one of the longest-standing and most successful models in the global market," Mike O'Brien, vice president of product, corporate and digital planning for Hyundai Motor America, said in the press release. "The 2020 Sonata is a fully transformed vehicle packed with advanced personalization technology, a new platform and an array of safety technologies. We are confident that our customers will be pleasantly surprised by this innovative new model."