Hyundai continues to tease us with the next-generation 2017 Elantra, this time with a series of renderings depicting the Korea-spec Avante – essentially the same car.
Published on Hyundai Korea’s Facebook page, the images give us a better idea of what the new Elantra/Avante will look like in the metal.
While the sketches most likely exaggerate the compact sedan’s dynamic appearance, they preview the real car quite accurately – especially the photo we chose to open this article with.
Obviously, the production car will have door handles, but the rest of the profile should look very similar. From this angle, it promises to look better than the current Elantra. There’s no official information about the car, but it will reportedly be offered with a 175hp 1.6-liter T-GDi engine mated to Hyundai’s new seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
Hyundai says the launch is “just around the corner,” which means a debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show is very likely.