Hyundai has updated its top end variant of the Elantra that gets more features.

The Korean manufacturer, Hyundai has added many features to its D-Segment vehicle, Elantra. To attract more buyers, the addition of these features is done ahead of the festive season. However, these features are offered only in the top trim SX(O) AT variant.

These additional features include a front parking sensor, wireless phone charging, emergency stop signal, sliding front armrest and AutoLink connectivity. The wireless phone charging is borrowed from the Creta and front parking sensors on this variant makes the driver’s life easy while parking.

These are the only changes and the rest of the car remains untouched. The Elantra is powered by a 1.6-litre diesel engine and a 2.0-litre petrol engine. These changes are offered only in the top-spec SX(O) automatic variant.

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