With so much information unveiled right out of the gate for the all-new, redesigned 2020 Hyundai Sonata, we’ve been covering things with a smaller scope, focusing on each important aspect of the midsize sedan. That’s allowed us to give you more specific details on things like the vehicle’s exterior design or interior design, and today we’re moving onto safety features. Safety is an integral part of every vehicle on the market today, so we wanted to make sure to show you everything the sedan will have to offer.
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While we don’t think we need to go as detailed with the traditional features as listing every single thing, like seatbelts and traction control, there are a few traditional things we want to highlight. Obviously, the sedan is going to have airbags, but you might be interested to learn that it has nine, making sure that in the unfortunate event of a collision, everyone in the vehicle is covered! Furthermore, the vehicle’s new platform was enhanced for safety, utilizing things like a multi-load path structure, Hot Stamping and super-high-tensile steel plating.
Just about every vehicle on the market comes equipped with an advanced, driver-assistive safety feature package today. The Sonata comes with the latest version of Hyundai SmartSense, which comes standard with Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Keeping Assist and Advanced Smart Cruise Control with Stop and Go, as well as the available Highway Driving Assist. Other advanced technologies include Lane Following Assist, Safe Exit Assist, Blind-Spot View Monitor, Blind-Spot Collision Warning, Surround-View Monitor, Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist and Remote Smart Parking Assist.
There are a few other technologies and features that might not ordinarily be considered safety features, but they do have some effect on your safety. These include things like the head-up display, which helps to reduce the amount of time your eyes aren’t on the road, touch sensor outside door handles, which makes locking your doors easier to remember thus reducing risk of easy break-ins, and even remote start, which keeps you safe from those cold winter mornings!
If you’re interested in a 2020 Hyundai Sonata of your own, be sure to let us know. Keep checking back for even more detailed information regarding the all-new Sonata!