The Hyundai Sonata has been a popular option for midsize sedan drivers for quite some time now. So, it only makes sense to expand the lineup with the changing automotive landscape to include a plug-in hybrid model. That’s right, the 2019 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid is here.
It comes standard with those same fun driving dynamics and premium-level features you’re used to from the Sonata, only this time, it includes the added benefit of enhanced efficiency. The car can operate under all electric power if it’s needed, while utilizing gasoline and electric power to really go the distance.
The Sonata Plug-In Hybrid continues the luxury-level experience with standard Hands-Free Smart Trunk Release, allowing you to load your belongings into the trunk without needing to set them down. In addition, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto keep you connected on the go, while rear seat passengers can also stay connected thanks to USB charging connections.
Inside and outside, the Sonata Plug-In Hybrid looks and feels like a premium sedan, all while hiding electric power underneath. The car has the most passenger space in its class, which is easy to enjoy when you’re seated on the car’s heated and ventilated front seats. For drivers in the front and back, there is a panoramic sunroof.
Should you ever need or want it to, the Sonata Plug-In Hybrid can travel under full electric power for up to 28 miles. For some drivers, that may be enough to get you to work and back, as well as run your nightly errands. With the gasoline engine in the mix, the vehicle manages an impressive 39 mpg combined.