LA JOLLA, CA – Next year, when Hyundai Motor America brings out its new Elantra, expect to see a significant design change for its best-selling car, currently a somewhat boxy sedan with rounded corners. The upcoming Elantra “goes more in the direction of the Azera (flagship sedan), in terms of being a little bit more curvaceous, organic, graceful, whereas the Sonata is a little bit clean-pressed and well-tailored,” John Krafcik, vice president-product development and strategic planning, ...
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