The new 2021 Hyundai Elantra goes longer in nearly every way, it has a long shadow compared to the outgoing sedan, it travels longer on a tank of fuel, and it has a much longer infotainment screen, and comes with a longer list of options.
In terms of exterior deigns, the 2021 Hyundai Elantra takes many indications from the larger Hyundai Sonata. Upfront, it exhibits a large jewel patterned front grille and silky headlights. Along the side are two hostile body lines that create a triangular shape over the front and rear doors.
On the inside, the new 2021 Hyundai Elantra also has major upgrades. Many elements have carried over from the inceptive images, with a clean look placed around the driver. The dash conveys a perfect design with air vents running from door to door. The gauge cluster and the infotainment screen increased to 10.25 inches each, with both of them becoming integrated behind one piece of glass. Technology upgrades of the vehicle include segment-first wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with Hyundai Digital Key which allows drivers to use their smartphone to unlock the vehicle’s doors and also start the engine.
The 2021 Hyundai Elantra steals its sleek profile and longer hood from the Hyundai Sonata sedan that was renovated for 2020. The Elantra’s front bumper is kind of closer to the front wheels, but the bonnet has been pushed back by about 2 inches, which makes the low hood look longer.
Despite all of these notable upgrades, we don’t predict the 2021 Hyundai Elantra to be much more expensive than its predecessor. The vehicle will continue to offer SE, SEL, and Limited trim levels.
We expect quality things from the 2021 Elantra given its suite of standard safety features and Top Safety Pick Award for the 2020 model. Hyundai’s SmartSense suite will come with automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane keep assist, lane follows assist, and driver attention warning, etc. Optional features will be added such as the blindspot monitors, adaptive cruise control, and so on.
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