Hyundai has revealed an artist rendering of its all-new Elantra, ahead of the car's imminent launch.
Featuring a modern look, Hyundai describes the new model as 'dynamic and sleek' with a series of innovative design aspects and 'clever use of active character lines' that 'evoke a dynamic, stylish and confident appearance'.
In the newly released teaser images a large hexagonal grille is paired with slim and sporty headlights, while clean and refined surfaces build on the Elantra's 'active stance'. Additionally, the wheel arches have a goal of expressing the car's dynamic road presence, according to Hyundai, and help to set the new model apart from other compact sedans.
Peter Schreyer, President and Chief Design Officer at Hyundai Motor Company said: "The all-new Elantra captures the car's unique design characteristics that really place this model in a class of its own. The subtle and innovative appearance enhancements reflect Hyundai Motor's vision for design. Furthermore, this car indicates a move from traditional to modern styling by communicating the new model's comfort, fashion and sporty feel."
With the Elantra's launch 'just around the corner', there's no official word yet from Hyundai as to if it's coming to the UK.