A Look at What’s New on the 2024 Hyundai Elantra

A Look at What’s New on the 2024 Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai Elantra

The 2024 Hyundai Elantra is on the horizon, and anticipation is building. We're taking a look at what to expect from this refreshed model, based on Hyundai's trends and the recent unveiling of the new Avante, the Korean version of the Elantra.

Sporting a New Look

Traditionally, design cues from the Avante have informed the look of the Elantra. If this trend continues, the 2024 Elantra is set to impress with sharper lines, a more pronounced grille, new wheel designs, and an overall sportier aesthetic. Notably, we expect revisions to both the front and back end of the Elantra, including new headlamps and an updated bumper resembling the sporty N model. These changes will give the Elantra a more aggressive stance and striking presence on the road.

Inside the 2024 Elantra

While the overall interior layout of the Elantra is likely to remain familiar, Hyundai may introduce new upholstery options and updated infotainment features. However, the extent of these changes is not yet known and may also evolve over time with new connectivity features and design options introduced in months following the launch of the 2024 Elantra.

Under the Hood

In terms of performance, we don't expect major changes. Hyundai plans to retain the current Elantra engines, including the 2.0-liter inline-four, turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-four, and the Smartstream 1.6-liter Hybrid engines. However, the Elantra N is set to receive a few tweaks. While the exact details remain under wraps, rumors suggest a modest power increase for the Elantra N's 2.0-liter turbo engine.

Coming Soon

Hyundai is expected to unveil the new 2024 Elantra soon, followed by the updated Elantra N by the year's end. With its refreshed look, potential interior upgrades, and continued performance prowess, the 2024 Elantra is set to be a compelling choice in the compact sedan market by preserving everything that makes the current Elantra so popular, but upgrading its design.

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