A teaser of the 2014 Hyundai Elantra facelift is now up on the automaker’s Korean website. The fifth-generation Elantra MD is set to get its mid-life update soon, and it looks to be a fairly minor one.
As usual, the front and rear lamps will sport revised graphics. The fronts appear to have shapely LED DRLs like those seen on the recent Korean-market Tucson facelift, while the rear lights mirror that of the updated Sonata’s. A new wheel design is also shown.
On the inside, it looks to get new high-tech gadgets – the highlight being Hyundai’s Advanced SPAS (Smart Parking Assist System). Expect the company’s three-mode Flex Steer system to filter down to this model too, as it’s fitted on the Kia Cerato it shares its platform with.
We’ll have to wait for the official reveal to know the full extent of the Elantra’s facelift. Word is though, that will happen before August comes to a close, so watch this space.