Hyundai has released a teaser for its all-new 2021 Elatran compact sedan and has announced that it will be making its debut this March 17, 2020. The South Korean brand already released photo teasers as well as a short 25-second video about the all-new vehicle. The current version of the Elantra has a more subtle design that features smooth curves and a large hexagonal grille at the front. The overall design is rounder and sleeker. The newer version of the vehicle strays away from this and takes on a more angular and aggressive approach.
The South Korean car manufacturer already dropped a couple of teasers prior to the teaser video’s release. The photos were shown off in renderings that the vehicle would come with rather dramatic bodylines. The vehicle comes with a sweeping coupe-like roof adding more to its unconventional yet sporty look.
Through the limited lense of the teaser video, we can see that the vehicle will look striking and angular with sharp body creases appearing on the Elantra’s doors. These lines extend all the way to the back of the vehicle giving the relatively flat side of the vehicle a more three-dimensional look.
The video also gives you a quick look at the vehicle’s front fascia. It now sports a much wider grille and sharper headlights all culminating in the overall angular theme the compact sedan. Even the rear gets the angular treatment and now comes with a thin red LED strip at the back acting as a third tail light. Speaking of tail lights even they get a new sharper design. The wheels also continue the design language coming with sharp lines and angles.
Not much else is known about the South Korean compact sedan. Possible power figures and powerplants are still in the dark along with its transmission options. If the trailer is anything to go on, the all-new 2021 is shaping up to be one sharp car. (pun intended)
If you want to see the teaser check the video here.
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