₹1 550 000
|Mileage||15 to 17.32 kmpl|
|Exterior Color||Blue White Black Red|
|Fuel Type||Diesel, Petrol|
|Engine||1493 to 1999 cc|
|Interior Color||Dual Tone|
- Central locking
- Projector headlamp
The new Hyundai Elantra has been spied on test ahead of its official launch later this year. The mid-life update to the D-segment sedan brings in a comprehensive cosmetic makeover with sharper styling and added features. The executive sedan now gets sharper styling along with added features to stay relevant for another couple of years.
In terms of design, the Elantra reveals a new take on Hyundai’s cascading grille. The large grille is overshadowed by a sharp set of headlights which get angular LED lighting. The bumper continues the aggressive stance with triangular fog lamps on either side. There are creases on the bonnet which add to the overall drama up front. At the rear, the i30 inspiration is seen in the tail lights which are now more upmarket than before. The silhouette remains the same but the stylish 16-inch (upgradable up to 18-inches) alloy wheels make the Elantra look more European compared to the older car.
As for the interior, the Elantra now comes with a new eight-inch infotainment system with smartphone integration and wireless charging on the top-spec variant. The additional safety features include blind spot monitoring system, collision warning and autonomous braking, lane departure warning along with active lane control and cross-traffic alert system. Another new feature is the Safe Exit Assist which can alert the occupants to any potential dangers before exiting the vehicle.
The Korean sedan gets three petrol motors under the hood – a 2.0-litre four-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine producing 150bhp, a turbocharged 1.4-litre petrol which puts out 128bhp, while a 1.6-litre GDI is good for 205bhp. Transmission options are either a six-speed manual, six-speed automatic or a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox depending on the trim. We also get a 1.6-litre diesel motor which puts out 125bhp.