Hyundai Avante 2025: A Mid-Size Sedan with a New Face and More Features – In some places, the Hyundai Avante is called the Elantra. It is one of the most famous mid-size cars in the world. The car looks good, has a roomy cabin, rides smoothly, and has many high-tech features. But Hyundai isn’t going to sit back and do nothing. The Avante/Elantra will get an update from the Korean car for the 2025 model year. It will be even better than the last one. So far, this is what we know about the new Hyundai Avante 2025.
Design: Exterior and Interior
What you’ll notice first about the 2025 Avante/Elantra is the new front grille. It looks more elegant and straight. The bonnet is more prominent and lower, and the headlights are thinner and more pointed. This gives the car a scarier look. There are also new air panels on the nose that make it more aerodynamic and save fuel.
The back looks mostly the same, with only a few minor changes to the headlights and trunk lid. The side profile still has the unique creases and curves that give the Avante/Elantra its lively look. The 2025 model will also come with new styles and colors of metal wheels.
Inside the 2025 Avante/Elantra, the cabin will remain roomy and comfy, with high-quality materials and a modern plan. The dashboard will have an extensive tablet entertainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It will also have a dashcam to record video and play it back on the screen or smartphone. The digital instrument panel will also give the driver clear information that is explicit and can be changed.
One of the most incredible things about the 2025 Avante/Elantra is that mobile phones can be used as digital keys. The owner can lock and open the car with their smartphone, and up to seven people can use the same phone simultaneously. This will make it simpler and more accessible for family or friends to use the car together.
A feature called “After-Blow” will make the 2025 Avante/Elantra’s air conditioning system better. This feature stops mold growth by cleaning the AC after turning off the engine. This technology will keep the air inside the car healthy and eliminate smells that aren’t nice.
There will be two engine choices for the 2025 Avante/Elantra: a naturally aspirated 1.6-liter gasoline engine with 121 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque or a 1.6-liter LPi engine that runs on LPG. A six-speed manual or automatic transmission will go with each engine.
The fuel engine will work well and efficiently enough for daily driving, while the LPG engine will produce fewer pollutants and cost less to run for drivers who care about the environment. As part of its world plan to make more green cars, Hyundai may also make hybrid or electric versions of the Avante and Elantra in the future.
Release Date and Price
The 2025 Avante/Elantra should go on sale in South Korea early in 2024. Other areas will follow later that same year. The price has yet to be mentioned, but it should be around the same as the current model, which costs around $20,000 in the US.
Mid-size cars like the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, Mazda 3, Volkswagen Jetta, and Nissan Sentra will give the 2025 Avante/Elantra a lot to deal with. But because of its new look, features, and technologies, it will appeal to people who want a stylish, roomy, and smart car.