It will be possible within two months as the company announced to launch its Elantra Sedan sans camouflage model in August 2012, targeting larger area of customization by following its D-segment car strategy.
Hyundai hit internationally with success of its D-segment car and now latest Elantra Fluidic, earlier showcased at the 2012 Indian Auto Expo, will make a long replacement in India after exiting its 4th generation Elantra production line in 2008 due to having less scope of success.
Globally known as the Avante, the Elantra sedan was launched in India in 2004 in two variants- petrol and diesel.
Unveiling its all new Elantra with a new fluidic design as soon as this year, the South Korean automaker Company will be seek to positioned once again in India as the toughest challenger entrant for Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Chevrolet Cruze, Renault Fluence and Skoda Laura in the market segment.
With a new stylish touch, the Elantra Fluidic will be available in two options- one will be of 1.8L petrol with 150PS mileage power and dual continuous variable valve timing. The second will be of 1.6-litre common rail diesel mill producing 128PS.
Along with their fluidic transformation, the Hyundai latest 5th generation top end model will load with safety features such as electric and ventilated front seats, touch-screen infotainment system with sat-nav and Bluetooth, panoramic sunroof, front rear parking sensors, anti-lock Braking System with cruise control, source said.
Both will be offer in the D-Segment along with 6 speed auto transmissions at the price range of between Rs 13 lakh and Rs 16 lakh.