Hyundai has officially introduced the facelifted Elantra by releasing the very first official photos to the web.
We have covered that particular news yesterday when we introduced the refreshed Elantra in a set of 4 high-quality pictures.
Today, we are bringing you a handfull of images revealing the new all-new Elantra (sold as 2014 Hyundai Avante in Korea) in all its glorry.
As you already know, the Elantra has received subtle styling updates for the 2014 model year.
Those include a refreshed front bumper and signature grille, new LED headlamps and tail-lamps, restyled fog lights and redesigned 17-inch alloys.
Some minor improvements have also been made inside the cabin, which features higher grade materials and slightly revised center console with new air vents.
New Features: Idle, Stop & Go System, 3,5-inch OLED Display
The refreshed Hyundai Elantra features some cool technology gadgets that weren offered to consumers before.
Among others, the model offers 3.5-inch OLED display, rear seat air vent, ventilated seats, Flex Steer system with three different driving modes, heated steering wheel and smart parking assist system (SPAS).
One of the most interesting features of the Elantra facelift is the fuely-saving engine start-stop system.
Called ISG, the Idle, Stop & Go system lowers the vehicles fuel consumption by as much as 7 percent.
Hyundai Avante ( Elantra) Facelift Images
Stay tuned for more news about new Hyundai cars!