The next-generation of the Hyundai Elantra is set to finally launch in India, on Tuesday, August 23. Korean carmaker Hyundai has already started accepting bookings for the new car.
The new Hyundai sedan has been spotted once again ahead of its launch, without any camouflage hiding any design details.
The new Elantra features a hexagonal, five slat grille up front which is flanked by sleek angular headlamps that are expected to feature daytime running LEDs.
The major change, when compared to the international variant of the car is the shape and type of fog lamps. While international variants have a vertical strip of LEDs, the India-spec Elantra seen in the images sports conventional round fog lamps.
At the rear, the tail lamps of the Elantra are swept back and the graphics split them into 3 different sections each.
The new Elantra will sport a brand new 2-litre petrol engine that pushes out 147bhp along with a slightly more powerful version of the 1.6-litre diesel engine that is expected to push out 134bhp.
The new Elantra is 4610mm long, 1800mm wide and 1450mm tall which makes it 20mm longer and 25mm wider than the current car on sale in India.