A facelifted iteration of the Elantra is already on sale in the international market.
The sixth-generation Elantra which is currently on sale in India is set for a complete makeover. The Korean sedan was recently spotted testing in India which indicates a launch could be scheduled for September.
A facelifted iteration of the Elantra is already on sale in the international market. The Korean automobile manufacturer has reworked the sedan to a considerable extent and while the changes are majorly aesthetic, it gives a fresh appeal to the Elantra.
The redesigned Elantra gets a fresh fascia. Hyundai has changed its headlights to more angular units, while the front end gets a new hood, front fenders and grille. It also gets a restyled trunk and a new set of taillights at the back.
Hyundai has also equipped the interiors of the Elantra with a new 8.0-inch infotainment system, redesigned air-con vents, new climate control interface, and a new instrument cluster. It also gets a new steering wheel design based on the one found in the Kona electric, as well as the BlueLink connected features which debuted with the Venue. The sedan could also get a wireless charging unit and an Infinity premium audio system.