2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid can get up to 54 mpg highway
50 miles per gallon city.
54 miles per gallon highway, a solar panel on the freakin roof.
Now this isn't some weird car that your creepy neighbor slept wheel Spats onto.
This is the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid The 2020 Hyundai Sonata is here at the Chicago Auto Show and let's talk about this power train.
Under the hood is a two liter four cylinder gas engine that mates to an electric motor to create a net 189 horse power output Put.
Now, that's a little lower than what you would find on hybrids from the Accord or Camry, but at the same time, the Sonata beats them both in fuel economy.
Again, 50 mpg city and 54 mpg highway is nothing to shake a stick at.
Another thing the Sonata Hybrid has that the Accord and Camry doesn't is a solar roof option.
Yes, you heard that correctly.
Those little panels on top of that roof will draw in power at about 205 watts adding According to Hyundai's estimates about 800 miles of extra electric range each year.
Otherwise, the rest of the stuff you get in the Sonata Hybrid is just about the same as the gas version.
It is still very weird to look at on the outside.
The inside is closer to a luxury car than a mass market car still and On top of all of that, you still get an awesome amount of tech including the brand new highway driving assistant which will hold the car in its lane on the highway.
The 2020 Hyundai Sonata hits dealers this spring and pricing will be announced closer to that time.