New 2021 Hyundai Elantra is unvealed and it looks stunning from all angles. Hyundai designers have seriously worked on the new mode.
It features standard wireless CarPlay and Android Auto, dual 10.3-inch displays, and the first Elantra Hybrid model. The new Elantra is based on a new platform which stretches the wheebase upto an inch and adds two inches in overall length. The car is now wider and lower which suits the sleek design.
The stretched wheelbase now offers better legroom, which stays class-competitive with 42.3 inches in the front and 38 inches in the rear.
Base models come equipped with an 8.0-inch touchscreen, with standard wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto – a first for the segment. Upgraded models get a larger 10.3-inch touchscreen that pairs with an identically sized digital gauge cluster. The two displays sit under one piece of glass, feature multiple configurations, and support connecting two phones at once via Bluetooth.
Features includes standard automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist, and driver attention monitoring system. Optional kit includes blind-spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control.
Hyundai will offer an Elantra Hybrid for the first time. This model uses a 1.6-liter inline-four engine paired with an electric motor, putting out a combined 139 horsepower and a relatively potent 179Nm of torque. Other engne option is the same as the existing 2 litre inline 4 cylinder with 147 hp of maximum power and 264 Nm of torque.