A few more spy pictures of the Hyundai Elantra facelift testing in South Korea have been released to the internet.
There have already been a few pictures out in the past, including a number of spy shots and a few leaked drawings.
All have shown some of the changes made to the car, which include updated headlight elements and alloy wheels.
The most recent pictures reveal that the overall shape of the current Elantra really hasn’t changed all that much.
Consumers and critics alike loved the Fluidic Sculpture design of the Hyundai Elantra, which still looks fresh and exciting three years on.
Elantra Facelift Design Changes
It’s no real surprise then that Hyundai decided to stick with the basic design. The only real changes to the appearance have been made to the front and rear fascias.
The front bumper and fog lamps will be updated. New detailing can be found on the headlamps that will give the car a more premium look than the current version.
A different, more interesting pattern can also be seen on the alloy wheels.
There are also a few slight changes made to the rear of the car, most notably the new elements on the combination lamp.
The interior will remain much the same, as will the hardware of the vehicle. The US-specs Elantra would continue to use the 1.8L 147 horsepower engine mated to the 6-speed manual or automatic gearboxes.