Hyundai has officially released photos and minor details regarding the updated Elantra saloon.
The updated Elantra had been earlier spied testing in Korea, ahead of its international launch later this month. The facelift sees styling changes to the front and rear bumper and the overall length has increased to 4550mm now.
As seen in the spy pictures, the updated Elantra features very few revisions over the current car. The grille, fog lamps get minor styling revisions and the updated car features 17-inch two-tone alloy wheels. Headlights now get LED daytime-running-lamps and tail-lights also get partial LED units.
Although interior pictures have not been revealed yet, Hyundai has confirmed certain interior changes — the center air-vent has been moved upward on the dashboard and the front centre armrest has also been raised. The rear seats are also ventilated now. There's a new 3.5-inch OLED screen on offer as well. The updated Elantra will also come with a Smart Parking Assist system.
Expect the Hyundai Elantra facelift to arrive at our shores later this year or early next year.