Hyundai has been teasing its fans with the next-gen Elantra for a while now. The manufacturer has been caught testing the car on public roads before, and now a new set of images revealing very little details about the car has emerged the social media.
Despite the heavy camouflage, the body panels look quite similar to the Elantra launched in Seoul, Korea this year.
The new Elantra will ditch the fluidic design language which was previously followed by Hyundai. The new design looks much sportier than the previous-gen Elantra.
The hexagonal five-slat grille and sleeker headlamps adds to the good looks of the car. The rear of the covered up mule also manages to give away the tail lamps which look divided into the three distinctive sections.
The new Elantra is expected to feature a 2.0-litre petrol engine producing 149bhp along with a 1.6-litre diesel engine producing 136hp. The new Elantra will make its India debut later this year.