2024 Hyundai Elantra: new illustrations…

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These show what a revised 2024 Hyundai Elantra could look like. And it already looks much better than the current model.

The current generation Elantra has a striking design. Especially when compared to the super conservative and old-looking Civic sedan. But that front end is just out of place. The one shown in these illustrations is much cleaner and actually fits the older design better.

As you can see, this is a total guess since prototypes of the 2024 Elanra are still covered up with tons of camouflage. It’ll be a while before we see more. Since we’ve seen prototypes of the 2024 Sonata for many months and it’s still not out yet.

Unlike the Civic and Nissan Sentra, the Elantra is also available as a Hybrid with a 54MPG combined rating. For about $24 500. Which is slightly cheaper than a base (non-hybrid) Civic. Which sounds like a really good deal.

Conversation 2 comments

  1. One of the things that bugged me the most about the current Elantra is the headlights and how they wrap around into the fenders. It doesn’t line up right and were designed by two separate teams with no interaction

  2. This is a better translation of the style Hyundai was bagging off of Toyota – tho now Toyota has also started the hammerhead (looks good on the Prius, and ridiculous on anything else). Toyota (and to a lesser degree Honda – specifically the new and terrible Accord) better watch out. This is a game for keeps and survival in the age of electrification/modernization. I kind of expect to see more failures coming from Toyota than just the CHR: the current Corolla, the new Crown, the BZ’s, and the upcoming Camry and even eating into their light truck business. This is what happens when you can’t keep up and so you go off in bad directions.

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