New 2021 Hyundai Elantra USA Redesign

New 2021 Hyundai Elantra USA Redesign

New 2021 Hyundai Elantra USA Redesign – Elantra is currently looking new in 2016 and is a new look at 2019 as well, thanks to its super-sharp triangular light. The design hasn’t drowned in, but the next-gen prototype has been spotted in America recently, suggesting that Koreans have been at it for a while now.

No two Hyundai models are alike, and this is partly because of how quickly the company changed its direction. In 2019, we got a chunky-looking Palisade and a crazy Sonata with a Mengular LED. Elantra at this time, which is a facelift, will be replaced by this new design that we struggle to call the repair.

New 2021 Hyundai Elantra USA Redesign

New 2021 Hyundai Elantra USA Redesign

 

New 2021 Hyundai Elantra USA Redesign

Rendering is made by the Korean KKS Studio website, which is usually very accurate when it comes to Hyundais and KIAS. That’s because they have access to prototypes that have yet to start testing elsewhere, even captured near in-place parking. Without such footage, you may not be able to imagine the front end as such.

This kind of crazy mesh grating is something we also saw on the Tucson 2021 CUV, out just before Elantra. These are large, 3D and may be different finishes depending on the trim level. But that’s a lamp that will take some accustomed. They are pulled up and flipped the boomerang line at the bottom of the grid, resulting in a very similar appearance to the aliens.

The overall shape of the body also pinches, with a long curve for the roof that ends closer to the taillights, similar to Elantra. This new Sedan could be a little longer than before, perhaps in response to Jetta.

Inside, we have to look at the part that is shared with other Hyundai models. We honestly have no complaints with Elantra in the Infotainment department or the number of standard kits offered.

2021 Hyundai Elantra Engine

As for powertrains, don’t expect major changes. The 2-liter will keep its core, matched with a surprisingly good new IVT gearbox. The ECO model, with its Turbo 1.4, does not feel essential to its range, while Elantra Sport can be re-named N Line while retaining its 1.6-liter engine.

One of the biggest Hyundai revealed in the last year was Palisade, a large SUV company. The excitement drowned out the Hyundai news refreshing Elantra for the 2019 year model because South Korean cars will be All-in on a complete redesign. Photo Spy shows for the first time Hyundai Elantra’s next-generation testing.

While this is our first look at the new Elantra, we can make some predictions about what customers should expect when a new car debuts. Next-gen Elantra will likely borrow a design cue from the 2020 Hyundai Sonata which debuted earlier this year, which should defuse Elantra’s complaint nowadays is a bit boring in the design department.

2021 Hyundai Elantra Interior

2021 Hyundai Elantra Interior

Under the hood, customers should not expect a big departure from the current car. A naturally-tuned four-cylinder engine will continue; however, it is probably one of the new company SmartStream family machines. It will probably pair with CVT and the six-speed manuals offered in the current car.

A fuel-sipping Eco model with Turbo is also expected. However, we do not know whether Trim sports will continue. Then again, Hyundai can replace it with the model N line as it did recently with other Hyundai models. The EV version was also rumored.

While the new Elantra will likely borrow from the exterior style of the new Sonata, do not expect such a takeover. However, we have not seen the interior. Hyundai will likely update it accordingly to keep feeling refreshed in the face of stiff competition.

2021 Hyundai Elantra Release Date

It is unclear when the new Hyundai Elantra will debut. Rumors suggest being able to debut as model 2022; However, that could move forward for the model’s 2021 release year with the opening happening soon after the Los Angeles Auto Show later this year. Every time the debut, the Elantra GT hatchback will be on a different refresh cycle. A new version of Hatch will not debut until Hyundai i30 redesigned in 2022.

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