2015 Hyundai Sonata caught in spy shots

As the day passes by Hyundai is getting offensive for the upcoming models which it has stored in for the future days, to gain more hays than others.  Though it was the next-gen Hyundai i20 that had scored our clearance recently in the camouflaged avatar, this time the freshly spied model is the ‘2015 Sonata’ which is said to do the job for Koreans in an extremely elegant yet exquisite manner. Tough one may also see Genesis there in the repertoire of Hyundai at that same level of segment, but the expensive price tags on it would drive out the customers from showroom who aren’t much capable of. It is the Sonata which covers all of the niche subjects under its hat and also drives the perfect costing to all the markets it is being shelled to.

Hope so the new Sonata is getting all the tick right in the boxes of the list, we see it using the same platform to that of the existing model. And not only doubt that LED and Xenon would be there in the cluster of head and tail lamps, which nowadays is a common trend, but also the Fluidic Precision design of Hyundai is said to make a debut on this bug.

Hyundai Sonata Caught Testing

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These spy shots was captured somewhere in the land of Germans, specifically outside the Nürburgring. Seems Hyundai is taking all the advantage of its facility on the racetrack to counter effects of the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry that had casted loads of loss on its backlog in the sedan segment.

2015 Sonata is expected a lot for the European markets where the demand of sedan is desired to shoot upward in the recent times, we also hope the same “may” go to other markets too if the things over there tend to be working our immensely for it, for e.g. we had it in India too previously.

Hyundai Sonata Caught Testing Back View

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