That's actually sad. There is nothing significant changing outside the terrible design update.Hey, it gets power fold in side mirrors.
Couldn't agree more, the GT N-Line is a really fresh look, love how they turned the DRLs and changed a little styling here and there. When I was purchasing my Elantra Sport I was originally looking at the Elantra GT Sport but I wasn't a huge fan of the front look. The N-Line addressed everything I didn't like and had it been out when I purchased my ES I would've had a tough decision on my handsThat's actually sad. There is nothing significant changing outside the terrible design update.
Now, the GT Sport changing to the GT N-Line with stiffer engine mounts and springs, better shock damping, revised sway bar sizes, better steering calibration and Michelin PS4 tires is the one to go to.
Where did you find this information? I could only find mention of high beam assist. Turning high beams on and off automatically is not really 'adaptive'.2019 has adaptive headlights.
probably right, our GM went to Korea, they said car looked awesome!
It would appear that folding mirrors are going to be standard across the 19 models. I foresee myself doing an upgrade already.
EDIT: I just looked up 2019 Elantra on Hyundai Canada website. There is no mention of folding mirrors. How do you read this, from Hyundai USA: "Dual fold-away power bodycolor side mirrors"?