Hyundai Motor Company unveiled the exterior and interior design of its flagship sedan Grandeur. Also known as the Azera in markets outside of Korea, this next-generation sedan represents a significant departure from previous-generation cars. Hyundai has not yet revealed the technical specifications of the sedan Grandeur, which surpasses the Sonata in the global lineup.
New Hyundai Grandeur Design
The Grandeur’s front fascia looks very similar to the Staria MPV unveiled in 2021. It features a full-width LED DRL light bar and an almost full-length horizontal grille next to the main headlight cluster. From the side, it features flush door handles and a clean look with minimal cuts and creases. It also uses the same unique quarter glass as the original Grandeur from 1986. The neat theme continues at the rear, with the full-length light bar of the sedan, as well as at the front.
New Hyundai Grandeur Interior
Like the exterior, the interior of the Grandeur differs significantly from the model it replaces. There is a dual screen setup on the dashboard, and the center console has a display that controls the temperature settings. It also has a three-spoke steering wheel with a design inspired by the original model. It uses the ‘eco-process’ nappa leather that Hyundai describes and antibacterial leather for specific touch points.
The new Hyundai Grandeur: technical details
As mentioned earlier, Hyundai has not yet revealed the technical details of the Grandeur. Previous models had both gasoline and diesel engine options, and the new Grandeur will likely have several powertrains to choose from, including plug-in hybrids. Details of the car’s powertrain will be revealed next week ahead of a global launch in early 2023. It is unlikely that Hyundai will introduce the Grandeur to the Indian market.