Hyundai presents the all-new, completely redesigned Hyundai Elantra 2021. Now on its 7th generation, the new Elantra looks bolder and sharper than its previous generations.
First introduced in 1990, the Elantra shaped Hyundai’s future. There were 13.8 million Elantras sold globally.
2021 Hyundai Elantra and Elantra Hybrid | Interior, Exterior, Rolling | Manufacturer Broll
Elantra’s profile gets stunning details and chiseled body lines. Of course, we have to mention those side profiles – Hyundai calls this technique parametric dynamics.
Hyundai offers 15, 16, and 17-inch sporty wheel options to best suit your preference. Hyundai also updated its LED headlamp design, hood design, and the wide grille, which are the highlight of the front fascia.
At the rear, the wide taillight is its latest entry to Elantra’s taillight design. If you’ll notice, the rear light actually illuminates an ‘H’ shape.
The futuristic detail on the rear is stunning
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The new Elantra will run on a fully-digital gauge cluster. In the center console, a 10.25-inch infotainment system will help you with navigation.
The infotainment system also includes wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay so you don’t have to worry about auxiliary cords. Another cool feature is the wireless charging.
The instrument cluster and infotainment screen connecting as one results in awesome dashboard design
The Elantra runs on a 2.0L four-cylinder engine with a CVT capable of producing 147 hp and 179 Nm of torque. And for the first time, the Hyundai Elantra gets a hybrid powertrain setup.
The new Elantra Hybrid uses a 1.6L four-cylinder engine with a 43 hp electric motor capable of producing an overall output of 139 hp and 264 Nm of torque. This hybrid model promises a 21.2 km/L fuel consumption.
Side view of the new Hyundai Elantra
New features include a digital key that is shaped like a card. Just tap the key on the door and you’re good to go. Did you lose your digital key?
Your car can now be controlled with your own smartphone. Other features include a Bose Premium Sound System and 64-color mood lighting.
The gray color looks great on the Elantra
Hyundai hasn’t released any statements yet regarding the official price and when will the Elantra be released but they gave us a hint that it could be available in the U.S. around early December this year.
Hyundai has been doing a great job with its production designs – just take a look at Palisade and Sonata. With its overall features and stunning exterior design, the Hyundai Elantra has a big potential to land a spot at the top compact sedan class in its year.
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