There are some changes in the cabin as well.
Hyundai has posted the first images of the slightly updated Elantra on its South Korean website. By the way, at home, the sedan is sold under the name Avante, and in some markets it is known as the i30.
It is strange that the model was updated earlier than usual, given that the seventh generation was introduced in March 2020. Moreover, the novelty will go on sale this year.
All major changes affected the front of the car. These are narrower headlights with LED strips on top. The headlights are connected by a chrome strip.
In addition, the designers divided the radiator grille into two parts – the main grille and the air intake, between which there is a strip in body color. There are also two fake air intakes along the edges of the bumper, which make the car look more sporty.
In the back, almost nothing has changed. Only the bumper received a pseudo-diffuser and a wide U-shaped element. It seems that there are more black elements, and the red horizontal reflectors seem a little wider.
When viewed from the side, even less changes are visible. These are two-tone wheels and a panel on the C-pillar, which has received a more complex pattern. It is framed by a thicker chrome trim.
In the cabin, only one change is special environmentally friendly materials and a greenish shade of Sage Green upholstery.
More photos are likely to be released in the coming days as Hyundai reveals the specs of the facelifted Elantra.
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