Hot off the software.... my Sonata 2.0T coupe, in Pearl White.
C H O P — Not content with just chopping a Sonata Hybrid coupe, I just finished making a coupe from their new Sonata Turbo. The regular Sonata and Turbo have slightly different rear taillights and rear bumper and detailing from the Hybrid models, as well as a completely different front fascia not seen in this view. In addition to losing two doors, I added a black glass roof and a slight amount of black rocker trim including the rear 'diffuser' around the tail pipes. I enlarged the wheels slightly also, one of my main complaints about any of the new Sonatas. It's not that they're small, they're available in 16, 17 and 18 inch sizes, normal these days, but for some reason, they just look a bit small in those voluptuous wheelwells. I've made mine approximately 20 inches. Again, pillarless construction prevails, and I absolutely love the way this chop came out. I think it looks nicer than the somewhat oddly styled new E coupe from Mercedes, with its even odder 2 piece rear side windows. Hyundai: you can have this for free, just build it!
If there is a better looking sedan in the Sonata's price range, I haven't seen it yet. One of the few cars I've seen up close and personal as well, having perused one in a parking lot, I can say the design holds up under scrutiny also. The interior is just about as nice, the one I saw having a two-tone beige and black color scheme with cloth seats. This press photo is unbelievably dull though, dull colored house, dull pavement and does nothing for the car. You can see with a little work in Photoshop, and making the car white, the image could have popped so much more, and isn't that the point of a professional manufacturer's PR photo? Thanks to PhantomX for suggesting I publish the original photo, too.