Hyundai Elantra will receive a package of improvements N-LineJanuary 31, 2020
The car, which is the successor to the Hyundai Avante, will be launched in February.
On the eve it became known that the Korean manufacturer Hyundai will install its N-Line package on the new Elantra sedan. This has not been officially confirmed, but the received spy photos leave no doubt. Despite the fact that during the test tests Hyundai Elantra was hidden by a large layer of camouflage, it was possible to consider the N-Line nameplate on the side of the car. The new sedan will become 35 mm longer. At the same time, the wheelbase is also expected to grow, which will provide more space for passengers. The motor range of the car will change very seriously – two turbo engines 1.2 Turbo GDi and 1.6 CVVD Turbo GDi will be added to the existing 1.6-liter engine.
At the same time, Hyundai made it clear that the car will also receive a hybrid power plant. There is no information on power in the “charged” version of N-Line, however, we can say with confidence that the dynamics of the car will be excellent.
One of the photos shows a new design of the rear lights – now they are connected by an LED strip in a monoblock. Note the original wheels, which immediately attract attention on the roads. In a recent interview, Hyundai representatives said they would continue to produce sedans, despite the general popularity of crossovers. And a new generation of Elantra with an expanded sports version confirms these words.
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