Solar Roof Coming to Hyundai Sonata

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Imagine making the short drive to your local commuter train lot, spending the day at work, and driving home without using a drop of gas or even a watt of electricity from the grid. That may soon become a reality in the Hyundai Sonata. This week Hyundai announced that they have developed a solar roof for the Sonata Hybrid that will be capable of providing up to 60% charge to the vehicle’s battery when exposed to direct sunlight for six hours. That could be enough power to make short trips to the grocery store, train station, or dry cleaners virtually gas-free, and will still help cut down fossil fuel use on longer trips, especially since the silicon panels will keep charging even as you drive. The solar Sonata will first become available in South Korea but is expected to receive a North American release shortly thereafter.  Phillips Auto Group in Frankfort, Lansing, and Bradley has a great selection of current-generation Sonatas in stock now.

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29 Sonatas currently in stock at Phillips of Bradley

2019 Hyundai  Sonata - #H90217

Internet Price: $18,381– 20% off MSRP

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