The Sonata is one of the best-selling vehicles in Hyundai's lineup, but it looks like that could change with time as they've been reported to be canceling their production after 37 years and seven generations. Despite being at home during every era from interstates to city streets alike; SUVs are where profits lie these days--and we don't mean just offroad capability either! The current Tucson can easily handle what you need without too much trouble while still offering roominess inside for everyone else on your list this year - or next.
The Chosun Ilbo is reporting that all Sonata development has stopped, which means it's an open secret within the company. It takes roughly six to seven years for a replacement model and they were supposed to be releasing this year or next at the latest according to what our source says so there might actually still come some good news after all!
The Hyundai Sonata has been a major flop compared to its competitors, and now it seems that they are trying anything just for the sake of having something on their line-up. This car was never going to be successful considering how many people prefer smaller cars over mid-sized ones like Accord or Camry which can seat five passengers comfortably without being too big!
The Ioniq is Hyundai's new sales king, and they're not planning on giving it up anytime soon. They've got one last facelift for the Sonata before sending this old gem off to car heaven- where no doubt its sleek looks will make many converts among shoppers looking forward in nostalgia or those seeking something modern with an eye towards sustainability.
Hyundai's electric platform is highly adaptable, though it seems unlikely that there will be a future EV Sonata.
The Ioniq 5 is a funky little car that's won awards and seems to be getting more popular by the day. It'll make sense for them not only to focus on this model but also to bring in some new customers with their next electric vehicle release--assuming they can pull off such an innovative design idea!
The rise of the SUV has caused a significant drop in sales for Sonata. With hundreds of thousands fewer units sold since its intro, it's easy to see why this latest generation is struggling so much compared with earlier models that were available well past one million total copies - even if they weren't powered by Hyundai engines!