Hyundai will soon launch the all-new 2021 Elantra in the global markets. The premium sedan was officially revealed by the manufacturer in the USA market recently and was revealed in the South Korean market sometime back. Sold as Avante in South Korea, here are all the details about the car and a brief review of the vehicle. It should be noted that the review done here is of the South Korean version of the car, which gets a slightly different feature list and engine options. In India, the all-new Elantra will be launched sometime in 2021.
The video by Asian Petrolhead shows the all-new Hyundai Elantra from all around. The video starts by showing the front-end of the Elantra. It shows the new 3D cascade grille that looks very bold and adds an imposing look to the car. There are sleek headlamps with LED lamps and LED DRLs. The headlamps look very sharp and add a sporty look to the car. The new Hyundai Elantra is designed in according to the “Sensuous Sportiness” theme, which adds an aggressive look to the vehicle. The bumper of the vehicle gets huge triangular fog lamp housings and a part is painted in shiny chrome.
On the side, the all-new Hyundai Elantra gets new design creases. While many said that the design now looks too busy, the video says that it looks much better in real life and makes the car look very sporty. At the rear, the video shows the LED tail lamps and the light bar that connects both the lamps. The upper part of the boot lid also gets a blacked-out stripe that makes the boot look shorter and further makes the Elantra look sportier.
The video also shows the rear seat space of the sedan. The reviewer is 6 feet 2 inches and can be seen sitting comfortably in the rear seat. He added that there is ample space but his hair is brushing against the roof.
Hyundai vehicles are known for their long list of features and the all-new Elantra is no different. It gets 10.25-inch all-digital driver information display set in a shell with another 10.25-inch infotainment system mounted on the dashboard. The driver instrument cluster changes colours depending on the drive modes and the graphics look quite good too.
The vehicle that the reviewer is driving here is powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine that gets a CVT transmission. There are 8 pre-set points in the CVT automatic the gearbox can be used manually to shift through these pre-set ratios. The reviewer also said that the high-speed stability and braking is flawless in the new Elantra and he liked it a lot. The all-new Hyundai Elantra will take on the likes of Honda Civic in the Indian market when it is launched. Hyundai recently updated the diesel versions of the Elantra and the prices will be announced soon.