Hyundai Elantra 2019: Engines Hyundai Elantra 2019 Equipment Hyundai Elantra 2019 Review. The Hyundai Elantra 2019 has already been presented , a renewal for the Korean saloon that affects its design, its technology and also its range of engines. The sample shown in the images is the one that will be available soon in the United States , one of the markets where it is most demanded. His arrival in Europe we assume will be later, where his sales have not been as representative and could be cannibalized by the Hyundai i30 Fastback .
Regarding the 2016 model, notable aesthetic changes are seen . For starters, it releases a more dynamic and sharp image. This is achieved by more straight lines that gain their splendor in the hexagonal grid and in the triangular shaped headlights. Its silhouette aims to emulate the coupe and is topped with a spoiler on the gate. The rear pilots have also been completely redesigned.
Some striking modifications have also come to the interior . Instrumentation has been changed, which now has graphics that remind a checkered flag and give a more sporting touch. The exits of the air and the steering wheel are of new harvest. Although what will stand out is the AVN 5.0 multimedia system , which is new generation, it is operated from a touch screen of up to 8 inches and has connectivity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Hyundai Elantra 2019 Engines
As we indicated at the beginning, the Hyundai Elantra presented is the version that will reach the American market. Therefore, the range of engines indicated below could undergo modifications in your arrival in our country. It is announced that initially there will be two gasoline mechanics . On the one hand will be the 2.0 MPI of 149 HP, an Atkinson cycle engine that is not usually the keynote in Europe. More suitable for our continent would be the 1.4 T-GDI announced with 130 hp (it has 140 hp in the i30).
Hyundai Elantra 2019 Equipment
One of the main objectives of the Korean brand was to make the Hyundai Elantra stand out in terms of safety . That is why they equip the SmartSense from the lowest finish, incorporating driving aids such as automatic braking in the city, the lane maintenance assistant or the alert for the driver’s attention. It can be optionally improved with others such as cross traffic alert, blind spot warning or pedestrian detection.
Returning to the subject of technology, standard comes with 5-inch color screen or with rear view camera. In top finishes we will find the AVN 5.0 with 8-inch screen, wireless recharge system or Infinity sound system. In the United States, the available finishes will be SE, SEL, Value Edition, Limited, Eco and Sport. In Spain it is expected to be simplified in the usual Klass, Techno and Style.