An all new twist to the Hyundai Elantra and Tucson

Although both the cars have not really been exhibited at the Auto Show 2016 there are quite a few things new in both the offerings gifted thoughtfully by the brand

Although both the cars haven’t really been exhibited at the Auto Show 2016, there are quite a few things new in both the offerings gifted thoughtfully by the brand. Brand Hyundai is working towards offering Hyundai is preparing a reformed Elantra to be offered in the domestic market of India, around the last quarter of this year. The next-gen model of the car was revealed around the month of September last year in its own country, South Korea. While the car carries a few of the tweaks to make it different and it looks fresh at owing to its fluidic layout, while the car seems to be based on an all-new platform too. The new Hyundai Elantra looks more sculpted, well appointed and well laid out. Owing to its coupé-like design along with a few designing aspects like sleeker headlights along with a daytime running light, plus the big family grille, inserted fog-lights, clad tail-lights, faux rear diffuser along with an in-built spoiler over the boot lid.

Talking about the car’s cabin, its dashboard is also given a new look and a fresh twist, carrying along an all-new stylish appeal with the new Tuscon, and a mounted infotainment display looking stunning right at the centre, along with revamped switchgear and a latest multi-function steering and dials. The brand Hyundai is also set to bring the all-new Tucson to India this year. Now in its third generation, the Tucson is the only SUV in Hyundai’s international line-up not on sale in the country. Set to fill the void between the popular Hyundai Creta and the Santa Fe, the SUV is expected to be offered with a choice of petrol and diesel engines, with the petrol motor likely to be the new 1.4 T-GDi turbo-petrol unit showcased at the Auto Expo 2016