Seventh Generation 2021 Hyundai Elantra to Get Sharper Design

Seventh Generation 2021 Hyundai Elantra to Get Sharper Design

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To be officially unveiled on March 17, Hyundai will showcase the 2021 Elantra in Hollywood California

With its sporty flair and electronics packed cabin, the new Elantra will receive significant upgrades both inside out with edgier and more aggressive profile. Hyundai will focus more on the driving performance as always in the Elantra, with attention to space and comfort for all four passengers. It is now longer and wider in terms of proportions for a more spacious cabin easing legroom and shoulder room. The cockpit has been aligned towards the driver for engaging driving dynamics. All buttons and knobs have been done away with, channeling all controls through the touchscreen and steering mounted buttons. This makes cabin layout much neater and modern. The coupe-style sloping roofline at the rear will make it more practical for everyday use.

Since 1990, Hyundai has sold more than 13.8 million units of this model line across the world. But the sleek design of yesteryears has now converted to sharper with polyhedral design language. It looks more futuristic in these teaser images. The difficulty in parametric design has been the meeting of three lines together. Hyundai engineers have solved it with genuine panache without disrupting its classy appeal. The front grille will get more prominence too keeping up with all recent Hyundai model updates. Tail section looks desperately pretty now, as it now complements the parametric language of the entire vehicle. Over the year Elantra engineers have stiffened the rear suspension setup in pursuit of responsive handling. This is great for enthusiastic drivers, but not so good for chauffeur-driven passengers. Hyundai will surely work on this to make it a more comfortable package for different market specifications. Expect a powerful turbo-charged engine with DCT transmission options for sure.