2012 Hyundai Elantra Coupe is Officially revealed



The Hyundai Elantra Coupe officially revealed the 2013 Chicago Auto Show. Highlight of the road model is reported consumption of 17.0 km / l.

Larger and wider than the Honda Civic Coupe, the Elantra is equipped with the same 1.8 engine of 148 hp version of the sedan and GT. The four-cylinder engine can work in conjunction with a six-speed manual gearbox or six-speed automatic.

Consumption figures are slightly better than the GT version (i30), and manual configuration, Hyundai announces consumption of 12.32 km / l in city driving and 17.0 km / l on road use. Hyundai also claims that road it is in use 11% more efficient than a Civic Coupe.

The Elantra is available in Coupe GS and SE. Six airbags, traction control and stability as well as a package that includes ABS braking with brake assist and electronic force distribution are standard items in both versions. The GS is equipped with alloy wheels 16 "while the sporty SE has wheels 17" with P215/45R17 tires.

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