If the Hyundai Elantra seems like it just went through a major redesign, that's because it did. The latest generation began in 2017 and saw a minor refresh in 2019. However, with the recent change in Hyundai styling, the 2021 Elantra is expected to be an all-new design. There has been no official announcement from Hyundai confirming the redesign, but spy shots of the vehicle were posted by Motor1. From the shots, we see that the new Elantra will sport a much sleeker body compared to the current model, similar to the newly redesigned Hyundai Sonata.
Although no specific details have been released, we expect the Elantra to carry on with its 4-cylinder engine options, which include a 2.0L version, as well as 1.4L and 1.6L turbocharged versions. With Hyundai embracing its sporty side with N-line variants of the Elantra GT, Veloster, and a Sonata version in the works, we wouldn’t be surprised if the 2021 Elantra gained an N-line trim as well.
Pricing and release date information have not yet been announced. This page will be updated as information becomes available.
Pictured: 2020 Elantra