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Alabama-built 2015 Hyundai Sonata to be revealed at NY Auto Show

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The Alabama-built 2015 Hyundai Sonata will be simultaneously unveiled to the public at the New York Auto Show as well as at the Hyundai Plant in Montgomery, according to officials with Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama.

The big reveal is scheduled to take place on Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. CT. Join us LIVE during Today in Alabama as we preview the unveiling of the new Sonata just off the Hyundai assembly line. You will see the new 2015 Sonata as soon as it is revealed on the WSFA Twitter, Facebook, and mobile app as well as in our newscast with reactions to the new car.

The Sonata, Hyundai's most popular mid-size sedan, is built at the company's plant in Montgomery.

Company officials say along with the vehicle's unveiling, a live satellite feed will allow for plant team members to take part in the press conference and offer their own insights on the vehicle.

The vehicle last saw a major redesign in 2009.

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