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 Hyundai Elantra was designed at Hyundai's North American Design Center in Irvine, Calif. Available fog lights and side repeater mirrors complete the distinct design. The assertive stance is complimented by 15-, 16- or 17-inch alloy wheels and athletic proportions.

 Hyundai's signature hexagonal front grille and detailed swept-back headlights give Hyundai Elantra a compact athletic face. The drag coefficient for the Hyundai Elantra is an exceptionally low 0.28 that compares favorably to the Chevrolet Volt (0.29). Flowing lines also lead to an aerodynamic body. These lines, along with muscular wheel arches and a sleek roofline, create a memorable and spacious package.

 Along Elantra's sides are Sonata's flowing lines, with the addition of a strong undercut feature line starting at the front door. market all have a distinct silhouette and Day Light Opening (DLO - a designer's term for the side glass) and Hyundai Elantra is no different. Successful sedans in the U.S. Hyundai Elantra is an evolution of the design qualities found in Sonata. "Fluidic Sculpture" considers the interplay of wind with rigid surfaces to create the illusion of constant motion.

  Elantra exemplifies Hyundai's emotional "Fluidic Sculpture" design principles.

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