You don’t have to choose between style and sensibility. The 2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is here to bring you the best of both worlds. This new, sleek sedan brings you the efficiency you need with the visual appeal you crave. The new hybrid options from Hyundai boast everything you love about Hyundai, plus increased MPGs and a more efficient ride for a clean, green conscience.

The 2016 Sonata Hybrid optimizes efficiency without skimping on the amenities. You’ll enjoy the convenience of a hands-free smart trunk activated by Proximity Key, the space of 119.4 cu.ft. of interior volume, and the comfort of available rear parking sensors—all packed into a compact hybrid vehicle. But what will you enjoy the most?

The 40 MPGs you get in the city?

Or the 44 MPG you get on the highway with the standard Sonata Hybrid.

In addition to the high functionality of the Sonata Hybrid, you’ll appreciate the aesthetics of your ride. It’s the best of hybrid cars, and it looks good too. The Sonata Hybrid leads its class with aerodynamic design and attractive LED running lights and taillights, completing the look of the exterior.

White 2016 Hyundai Sonata Plug In Hybrid demonstrated at auto show

If you’re seeking the best of both worlds, you just have to plug it in. The 2016 Sonata Hybrid Plug-In. The combination of gas and electric in the Sonata Plug-In brings your fuel efficiency up to an incredible 99 MPGe. Rather not use the gas? Using just electric will take you 27 miles—perfect for you and the environment if you just have a short commute to work.

The Sonata Plug-In has the largest battery system capacity in comparison to other mid-sized sedans, and it will operate as a regular hybrid once your battery is drained. Don’t let the efficiency fool you, though: the Plug-In still packs all the amenities you can enjoy in the Sonata Hybrid.

Driving Conscience: Developments in Fuel Alternatives

Hybrid and electric vehicles are the most environmentally conscientious car choices for now, but greener fuel choices are on the horizon. One such development centers around a substance called biobutanol, a butyl alcohol produced from feedstocks rather than fossil fuels. Biobutanol can be combined with gasoline and used to fuel transportation vehicles. Though the substance is not yet registered with the Code of Federal Regulations (thus, cannot be sold by major refiners), it is expected to be a viable gasoline alternate in the coming years.

You don’t have to wait for fuel alternates to to become commonplace to make a difference, though. Choosing a hybrid vehicle is a great way to help the environment, and 2016 Sonata Hybrid is an ideal choice.