- It is built on an all-new platform making the car longer, lower and wider.
- The Elantra is Hyundai’s best-selling vehicle globally with nearly 14 million sold in 30 years.
As is customary with new Hyundai products, design is the main focus. All of the Korean company’s latest vehicles, including the 2020 Sonata, bring to the table a bold new set of styling cues that immediately fetch the eye. In the new 2021 Hyundai Elantra’s case, the design theme is referred to as “Parametric Dynamics.”
Nearly all generations of the Hyundai Elantra have set themselves apart with a bold design and, with little doubt, have been instrumental in pushing other manufacturers to up their styling game. The downside to this approach is that every new generation ages quickly as it quickly becomes identifiable as “the old model.”
Be that as it may, Hyundai looks to have gone above and beyond with the upcoming 7th generation Elantra as the teaser pictures showcase deep side creases where three body lines come together. The front large highly-profiled taillights and the rear, a nicely integrated deck-lid spoiler.
The cabin, or dashboard image depicts a far simpler layout. Visible are the instrument panel which blends into the large infotainment display and the wraparound cockpit-like centre console and door-card accents.
The all-new 2021 Hyundai Elantra will be revealed in a press conference to all next week, on March 17th, from the Lot Studios in West Hollywood, California, from 7pm.