US, WASHINGTON (NEWS OBSERVATORY) — The company began to declassify the new generation sedan. Hyundai called the date of the premiere of the new “Elantra”, and the approximate dates for the start of sales, and even explained why it considers this model family to be the main in its lineup.
The sixth generation Elantra is now sold worldwide: the first model, which is also called Avante in some places, entered the market in 1990.
During this time, the company was able to sell almost 14 million copies of the Elantra, and therefore it is not surprising that Hyundai is approaching the generational change of the best-selling book with due responsibility.
The interior is completely new, with a proprietary four-spoke steering wheel in the style of the new Sonata.
And perhaps that is why the sedan will radically change the style. The most sought-after Hyundai model is entrusted with bringing to the masses a new visual policy of the company, which is now called Parametric Dynamics – it is characterized by many unexpected intersections, broken edges and angular stampings. The sedan itself will retain the four-door layout, but judging by the first teasers, it will acquire a sloping roof line and will look like something in between the fastback and the “four-door coupe”.
As for the interior, on the contrary, it will become noticeably more modest and will be composed of simple and clean lines.
At the same time, its multimedia saturation should increase: Elantra will receive two 10.2-inch screens as a dashboard and display of a multimedia system.
Nothing has been reported on the news platform and its engine range, but most likely, the most modern engines and transmissions will be offered on the global market.
Sales should start in September, but the novelty will be completely declassified already on March 17. It is very likely that by the end of the year the new Hyundai Elantra will reach our country.
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