Hyundai unveiled the first official interior photo of the all-new 2011 Hyundai Elantra. The 2011 Hyundai Elantra interior design is based on the company's new Wind Craft concept that aims to create a dynamic and futuristic image, more appealing to the younger generation.
U.S. versions should be very similar and hopefully the big LCD screen and classy piano-black trim will also be available on local models. The new car should also get puddle lamps installed in the doors and there’s even the chance that heated leather seats may be an option.
Other things we can spot include aluminum pedals, a multifuction steering wheel, a tachometer that displays a 6700 rpm redline, and a speedo that goes up to 240 km/h (149 mph).
This new interior photo offers the first-ever look at the new sedan's cabin, and follows a concept illustration revealed earlier this month.
The 2011 Elantra is likely to debut with a 138bhp 1.6-litre engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The new Elantra will compete with the likes of Honda’s Civic, Toyota’s Corolla and the Chevrolet Cruze to name a few.
HYUNDAI UNVEILS AN INTERIOR SHOT OF ALL-NEW AVENTE
Hyundai Motor Company unveils an interior shot of its all-new Avante (badged as Elantra in markets outside Korea), codenamed MD, ahead of the car's official launch in the Korea domestic market in August. With Hyundai's new design concept called the ‘Wind Craft,' the new Avante's interior projects a dynamic and futuristic image that is aimed at the younger generation.
In particular, the silver garnish that starts from the crash pad and leads to the console features a windblown shape that exudes an overall refined and dynamic image. High-glossy black and metallic colors used in the cabinet add more futuristic and high-tech looks to the interior of the all-new Avante.