Official Image Renderings: 2021 Hyundai Elantra
Welcome to the future of Hyundai Motor Company!
Listed in the blog post here are all the official image renderings Hyundai have released to announce the arrival of their new automobiles.
The official designer sketches are usually a little over-stylized, so you can expect the production model’s styling to be toned down a little bit once they hit serial mass production.
In spite of that, the renderings as such provide us a good look at the exterior styling of the upcoming Hyundai vehicles.
2021 Hyundai Elantra image renderings
The 2021 Hyundai Elantra will have a big reveal in Hollywood, announced Hyundai Motor America today!
Scheduled to make its official U.S. premiere on March 17., the fully redesigned Hyundai compact sedan borrows many styling cues from the new Sonata.
The fully-redesigned Elantra is built on a new platform and adopts the hybrid drivetrain technology.
Hyundai also released a teaser video of the 2021 Elantra compact sedan. You can watch it here:
Rendering release date: (Mar 11. 2020)
Hyundai Prophecy EV concept teaser video
Hyundai Prophecy EV concept car is a surprising addition to the carmaker’s Geneva Motor Show range.
It’s gonna be put on display alongside the Hyundai i30 facelift and fully-redesigned i20 hatchback.
The Prophecy EV suggests the future of automobiles is “all electric” and, in addition to that, also showcases the new styling direction of the future Hyundai EVs.
Here are some of the highlights of this exciting all-electric concept vehicle:
- built on the carmaker’s bespoke EV platform
- long range & fast charging
- incorporates the company’s latest design language
Official image rendering of the 2020 Hyundai i30 facelift
Hyundai Motor Europe just released the first official teaser images of the i30 facelift.
The i30 5-door hatchback, which is manufactured and sold exclusively in Europe, is set to receive a mid-cycle facelift for the 2020 model year.
According to the carmaker, the refreshed 5-door hatchback will debut at the Geneva Motor Show this March and will be put on display alongside other new Hyundais such as the fully redesigned Hyundai i20 and Tucson crossover.
In regards to the midcycle facelift, here are the changes that will be applied to the upcoming new model:
- redesigned front and rear bumpers
- new LED headlamps
- redesigned signature grille
- new alloy wheel designs (available sizes: 16-inch, 17-inch & 18-inch)
- digital instrument cluster
- 10.25-inch navigation display
- N-Line package offered on i30 Wagon (for the first time)
Hyundai i20 image renderings
First official image renderings of the 2020 Hyundai i20 hatchback confirm our predictions: the upcoming i20 will looks sportier and more dynamic.
Acoording to Hyundai, the new-generation i20 will be the first model in Europe to adopt the carmaker’s “Sensuous Sportiness” design language.
More details about this exciting new Hyundai model will be released during the car’s official unveiling scheduled for Geneva Motor Show. The auto show kicks off on March 7., so stay tuned!
Rendering release date: (Feb 5. 2020)
Hyundai Creta teaser images
Hyundai Creta image renderings showcase the second generation of the carmaker’s hugely popular compact SUV.
Set to make its official debut at the Auto Expo on February 6., the 2020 Hyundai Creta boasts a radical exterior design.
It is based on the same platform as the just-recently launched Kia Seltos.
Here are the first official image renderings of the upcoming Creta SUV that Hyundai released in advance of the vehicle’s Indian premiere.
Rendering release date: (Feb 2. 2020)
Hyundai Aura image rendering
Hyundai Motor India today released two teaser images of their new small sedan, called Aura.
Scheduled to make its official debut on December 19., the Aura will go on sale exclusively in India where it will replace the slow-selling Xcent entry level sedan.
The upcoming Hyundai Aura will incorporate Hyundai’s latest design DNA with the front-end styling similar to the brand-new i10 hatchback.
As evident from the official Hyundai Aura image renderings, the vehicle will boast a wide, blacked-out, signature grille flanked by two boomerang-shaped LED day time running lights.
Rendering release date: (Dec 16. 2019)
Hyundai 45 EV teaser image
Hyundai Motor Company today released yet another official image rendering ahead of Frankfurt Motor Show (2019). This time, the carmaker teased their latest concept vehicle, known as the 45 EV.
Hyundai 45 EV is an all-electric concept vehicle that reminds us of early Hyundai models, such as the first-generation of Hyundai Pony.
In their recently releassed Hyundai news notification, the automaker revealed that the 45 EV is indeed inspired by the brand’s vehicle from the 1970s. They also mention, however, that this conept vehicle also acts as a symbolic milestone for the brand’s future EV design!
Little is known about the 45 EV concept car at this point, and the automaker have yet to release official details about the powertrain options, driving range and other specifications.
Rendering release date: (Aug 22. 2019)
Image rendering of the new Hyundai i10
Hyundai Motor Europe has today released the very first official image rendering of their upcoming i10 city car.
Scheduled to be officially unveiled at the upcoming 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, the new-generation Hyundai i10 appears to incorporate a more dynamic exterior design.
Naturally, the sketched Hyundai i10 looks a little over-stylized and we expect the production-ready model to be toned down a little bit.
Hyundai have said, however, that they are aiming for a more “energetic and agile look” with their upcoming city hatchback, so expect the 2020 i10 to boast a sharper and more dramatic exterior look.
The new Hyundai i10 will make its European premiere next month, so stay tuned!
Rendering release date: (August 7. 2019)
Mystery Hyundai vehicle teased in official rendering
Hyundai have kicked of a new teaser campaign for their new upcoming model that will be first unveiled at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show.
Without releasing any actual information or specifications about their new vehicle, the carmaker promises the model is “going big” by providing best infotainment and safety features.
The rendering they’ve released today doesn’t reveal us much of the design. It showcases the rear-quarter of the car (or crossover) that features blacked-out C-pillar with a “floating roof” design.
Rendering release date: (July 9. 2019)