Last week I drove on the interstate for about 1 mile when my engine died. the oil light never came on but it was low on oil and a couple thousand miles overdue for an oil change. I had it towed to a shop who told me the engine was seized; they put a wrench on the crankshaft and couldn't turn it.
If possible I would like to repair the engine myself. I have rebuilt engines in the past and worked with machines but have not fixed a seized engine. I am looking for the simplest and cheapest way to get my car running again.
Is there a possibility that I would not have to do a full engine rebuild including honing cylinders? Might I be able to replace the cam bearings without taking the engine out of the car or something like that? basically I just really want to avoid taking the engine out of the car if at all possible since I believe it comes out the bottom and I don't have a lift.
Car is a 2011 Hyundai Sonata with a hundred fifty thousand miles.
EDIT: Thanks to the accepted answer below with super helpful link, I took it to the dealer and they replaced the engine free of charge!