Lately we been receiving numerous pictures of the Sonata, from spy pictures to a range of different colors the Sonata will be sold. Now we have some pictures of some of the features this 2020 Sonata will come with
We are getting closer and closer to the final reveal of the 2020 Hyundai Sonata, this will happen on April 17, 2019 at the New York International Autoshow.
Hyundai Motors little by little been releasing some of the features this new Sonata will equip, said equipments are:
- First cooperative efforts between Hyundai and Bose to deliver exceptional audio experience to customers
- Sound system applies Bose digital signal processing technologies to place the passengers at the center of the audio sound regardless of their position in the cabin
- Sound system automatically adjusts audio and EQ levels based on vehicle speed
- a system driven by a Bose digital amplifier with 12 channels of custom equalization and digital signal processing
- Technology allows vehicle to be unlocked, started, and driven without a physical key
- Digital Key identifies user and vehicle adjusts settings automatically, facilitating car-sharing
- New platform enhances design, safety, efficiency, power and driving performance
- New structure dramatically improves collision safety and enables innovative design elements
- Hyundai will expand implementation of the new platform to future vehicle products
Additionally the 2020 Hyundai Sonata is receiving 3 features that we know so far, some of these same features are found on the new Palisade but all of them were first give to the new Hyundai Nexo. Below we’ll add some of the information that was given during the presentation of the Hyundai Nexo.
Blind-spot View Monitor (BVM)
Hyundai’s Blind-spot View Monitor is an industry-first technology. It shows drivers on a center cluster screen the rear and side views of NEXO using cameras while changing lanes in either direction. The system uses wide angle surround view monitors (SVM) on each side of the vehicle to monitor areas that cannot be seen by a traditional rearview mirror. Hyundai is the first automaker to provide drivers video footage from both sides of the vehicle.
Lane Following Assist (LFA) and Highway Driving Assist (HDA)
Lane Following Assist is an all-new technology for Hyundai and it debuts in the NEXO. LFA automatically adjusts steering to help keep NEXO centered in its lane of travel. LFA can keep NEXO centered at speeds between 0 and 90 miles per hour on both highways and city streets. When paired with Hyundai’s Highway Driving Assist (HDA) which utilizes sensors and map data to ensure safe operation as well as automatically adjust speed in limited environments, drivers will be able to traverse long distances with greater ease and improved safety.
Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)
RSPA enables NEXO to autonomously park or retrieve itself from a parking space with or without a driver in the car. The RSPA system can even back a NEXO into a parking spot by itself with a touch of a button from the driver. When faced with any challenging parking scenario, NEXO drivers will be able to park with complete confidence and accuracy.