The sharper looks and outstanding new features of the Hyundai Elantra have finally been unveiled. Though the engine of this car remains unchanged, the latest version of this sedan is about to hit the Indian market this festive season. HMIL or Hyundai Motor India Ltd. is all set to beat both the Toyota Corolla Altis and Honda Civic. The international version of Hyundai Elantra will match in every way the look and specifications of the car during its launch in India. This is going to be the reason behind the cutthroat competition that Hyundai Elantra will present to the tenth generation of the futuristic-looking Honda Civic.
All of the specifications are enough to give the Indian audience the needed nudge to buy it.
The international version of Hyundai Elantra has already given us a glimpse of the significant and remarkable changes that this car is about to offer. The mid-size sedan is about to make heads turn after its launch this festive season with its ample dose of newness. Not only does the Hyundai Elantra looks modern but it has come up with many new and exciting features.
The exterior of this car has got an update in styling in the form of headlights which have a new shape and LED DRLs. There is also a revised grille, fog lamps of Triangular shape, the brand-new bonnet with a touch of muscularity, and the large 16 inches alloy wheels. The tapering tail lamps on the Hyundai Elantra extends all the way to the boot. You will find a shift of place of the license plate. It will now be on the rear bumper rather than on the boot. The overall styling of this car especially in the front appears to be reminiscent of the brand-new Sonata.
The safety features of Hyundai Elantra will not disappoint you either. The blind spot monitoring system, the lane departure warning, the forward collision warning that comes with an automatic emergency braking system, the rear-view camera that has a system to alert and check for cross traffic, and not to mention the active lane control. All of these extraordinary features will ensure a happy and tension free ride every time.
You might think all of these features and exterior changes on the Hyundai Elantra makes it a spectacular car but that’s, not the case. Those are only some of the many reasons why this car is going to cause an uproar on its launch. The highlight that lies in the cabin of the car’s facelift is the use of a touchscreen infotainment system of 8.0 inches. This is going to get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay with a brand-new processing unit. The controls mounted on the steering wheel are all the more ergonomic now. There has been an update on the instrument console, as well. The engine will include a 2.0 liter, 149 hp, aspirated four-cylinder petrol, a 1.4 liter, 130 hp, and 1.6 liters, 240 hp turbo petrol engine.
The Hyundai Elantra is already on sale in the international market and is about to be in India within a matter of months. Hold on to your hats as the car with several mind-blowing features comes your way.