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 |  Aug 03 2010, 5:37 PM

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The first rolling shots of the Hyundai Elantra have emerged from Korea, where the car is known as the Hyundai Avante. Rumors have it that the Elantra will be a few inches longer than the upcoming 2011 Ford Focus but put out identical power. The Elantra is also expected to return close to 40 mpg depending on the choice of transmission.

Like most Hyundai designs, the Elantra is slick looking but also a derivative pastiche of other elements. For buyers in this category, the cabin seems to matter more, and the Elantra is expected to deliver on that front.

[Source: Autoblog]

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  • Huyunyundai

    I’m sorry but I’m not feelin’ this at all, the headlights are friggin craazy, along with that Honda Accord mouth thrown into the mix. The interior is, strange and not attractive to me. I do enjoy the side profile of the car though. No doubt the public will like it, and they can have it. Yuck.

  • jerry

    Absolutely beautiful car, inside and out. I like that grab bar on the inside of the door, it looks like it will make it easier to close the door from the inside. I was wondering if it will have keyless entry, ignition and back up camera? If I can swing it, I’m gonna get one.