Hyundai, a South Korean-based automobile, has gained popularity in the global market with its passenger segment cars, which will now launch the facelift model of its Elantra sedan.
The new Elantra cars have made significant changes in the design of its older models, and now the car’s images are leaked and the social networking site is flowing. If the car is released globally next month, only India will be released in the first quarter of 2019.
In the pictures, the new Elantra Facelift car resembles the size and shape of its old model, which has received significant changes in the front and back of the car. The Elantra Facelift car has wide headlamps, new bumper, new casing grille design and LED elements.
Bumper’s new crease line is mounted between the most aggressive, headlamp and fog lamps, the fog lamp is shaped like a triangle, surrounded by the Hundian Airwire screen gates.
The change in the rear design of the Elantra car can be seen and the car’s number plate has been moved to the rear bumper.
The Elantra facelift separates the tile lights and gives a sharp look, a thicker chrome band that moves along the lower rear bumper. The main reflectors, reverse lights and rear fog lamp housing can also be found in the rear.
Changes have also been made inside the car and new features have been implemented. This time the wireless charging feature can be found in the Elantra facelift car, and the company does not disclose information about other features.
Elantra Facelift Cars, released in Korean countries, will be able to produce 123 bhp and 154 nm torque with the help of the G66 petrol engine of SmartStream.
The Hyundai Elantra facelift cars in India will not have any changes in the engine. The car will be available in India with 1.6-liter turbocharged diesel and 2.0-liter natural aspirated petrol in two engine options, available at the Manual or Automatic Gearbox option.
The Hyundai Elantra facelift will compete with the existing Skoda Octavia and Toyota Corolla Altis.