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    Hyundai Aims to Make Sure The Elantra GT brings More Eyeballs

    Though it plays second fiddle to more popular hatches from Honda And Volkswagen is not without a generous list of attributes. Space, inoffensive styling, and worth play a huge role here, even if the N Line variant (previously Sport) can not match the output of its own fostered competitions.

    For the model year, Hyundai aims to make sure the Elantra GT brings more eyeballs.

    A teaser image from Europe shows the front end of the i30 that is refreshed The moniker of the Hyundai Elantra GT. Launched in N Line guise, the i30/Elantra GT dons an aggressive front fascia while its grille, lower opening, and side scoops host exactly the same mesh. Personality is lent by A pair of LED running lamps.

    There’s something Ford-like in its visage, but that may be stated for several vehicles nowadays. One could say there is Kona elements at work here.

    Hyundai claims while the rear of the hatch remains hidden for today The fascia alterations persist with tail lamps being a part of the updated package. The inside sees the inclusion of a 10.25-inch infotainment display.

    Changes into the i30 are expected to carry over to the North American Version; we will find a better look once the car debuts at the Geneva Motor Show of next month.

    Appearing in its present form for the 2018 model year Trailed its renovated sedan cousin by annually. And unlike the sedan, the refresh of the Elantra GT is not the dreadful makeover foisted on the stock Elantra for 2019. (That model should experience a full redesign for 2021, bringing its appearance closer to that of those exceptionally styled midsize Sonata sedan.)

    Powertrain changes are unknown at this moment. Back in N-Line guise, which Brings a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder (201 hp, 195 lb-ft) and also seven-speed dual-clutch automatic into the table, the Elantra GT is a fun small hatchback with loads of personality. Lower-trimmed models have problems with a slushbox that deadens performance, however, the GT’s foundation 2.0-liter at least outperforms the Elantra sedan.

    A more athletic appearance for your Elantra’s hatch version could help Stimulate some interest from the model. While Hyundai does not divide the Two versions on its revenue ledger, the Elantra nameplate as a whole fell 12.6 percent in 2019.


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