The new Sonata's color palette has some interesting colors beyond the typical white, gray, and black.
When the new Hyundai Sonata was first revealed, some of the images of the Korea-spec car showed it in a shocking yellow paint color. We didn't know if the awesome hue would make it to the United States, especially given the typically reserved color palettes of the Sonata's competitors. Hyundai's website doesn't yet have a configurator, as pricing hasn't been released, but it now has a page that shows all of the Sonata's eight available exterior paints-including what Hyundai calls Glowing Yellow, confirming that the bright color will be available to U.S. buyers.
The new Sonata has a polarizing design, but it all comes together well. There's extremely weird side surfacing, the LED headlights flow into chrome trim strips, and it has a fish-like mouth and a sharp rear end with an almost-ducktail spoiler. The pictured Sonata is the Turbo model, which features a wilder grille and a sportier body kit. Click through to see how each of the Sonata's colors looks on the new sedan.