The upcoming Hyundai Elantra has been spied testing yet again on India roads.
The Elantra is expected to launch in India later this year, almost a year after it made its debut in South Korea.
The test mule spotted this time, was still draped in some rather heavy camouflage which obscures most of the car from view. However, we don't expect the car to be any different from the variants on sale in other countries across the world.
The new Elantra ditches the 'Fluidic Design' look that has come to define Hyundai cars in recent years and instead sports a design that looks a lot more refined.
Despite the heavy camo, the large hexagonal five-slat grille is visible as are the headlamps. 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 car is also longer and wider than the car it will replace. 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.