Fresh spy shots are revealing the future generation of the Hyundai Elantra playing in the snow.
The South Korean based automaker Hyundai is currently working on revamping the i30 liftback sedan as the model in question has been recently caught on camera by our spy photographers while it was being tested out. The 2016 Hyundai Elantra is believed to get an evolutionary design with the taillights being inspired by the ones of its smaller brother, the i20, while the front bumper and the radiator grille will be similar to the ones from the Genesis and from the Sonata. The outgoing generation of the Elantra will also have its influences on the model because the side profile is looking pretty much identical.
The 2016 Hyundai Elantra will also come with LED strips which will be flanking the sides of the front bumper and the overall looks of the car will be aligned with the Hyundai Fluidic Precision design language. As far as the engine lineup goes, the new model will be offered with a wide range of GDI gasoline and CRDi turbo diesel burners, along with a Turbo GDI, as reports are indicating. Rumors are stating that a hybrid version of the model will be introduced sometimes in the future, but this hasn’t been confirmed yet, either. The brand new Hyundai Elantra is expected to be introduced by the end of this year and to arrive in showrooms on its local auto market in late 2015. More details on it are limited for the moment.