2023 Hyundai Grandeur Review

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Hyundai Motor Company unveiled the striking new look of its flagship Grandeur sedan, known as the Azera in markets outside of Korea. It has been six years since the sixth generation, which debuted in 2016, was introduced.

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Grandeur has led the Korean sedan market since it made its debut as Hyundai's high-end sedan in 1986, with a design and innovations that stand for success and top-notch quality.

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The seventh-generation Grandeur has developed into a model with a new level of complexity and refinement, packed with cutting-edge design cues and high-tech features that reflect the huge revolution taking place in the mobility industry 

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SangYup Lee, Executive Vice President and Head of the Hyundai Design Center, stated that the seventh-generation Grandeur "expresses our respect for the past and commitment to move on to the future."

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The seventh-generation Grandeur's interior does not appear significantly different from the sixth-generation vehicle, but it still looks excellent and very contemporary.

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Along with a lot of real wood, aluminum, and Napa leather, the interior also features some patterns that Hyundai claims are traditionally Korean.

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ORVMs, flush-fitted door handles, and 20-inch designer alloy wheels highlight the sedan.

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The South Korean automaker has not yet disclosed the technical details for the 2023 Hyundai Grandeur.

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Over 60,000 reservations have reportedly been made for the 2023 Hyundai Grandeur in the South Korean market.

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The official price has not yet been disclosed. We anticipate it to cost more than the starting price of the existing model, which is KRW 33,920,000.

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