Confirmed: Hyundai Elantra Coupe, Redesigned Azera for U.S.

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Hyundai is enjoying its surge in popularity right now thanks in part to its hot-selling products like the Sonata and Elantra. The automaker has decided to continue to produce more and more even though it has a still-fresh lineup. Automotive News reports that the Korean auto giant will have two new H-badged vehicles by January 2012. Interestingly, the new Hyundai will take the size and shape of an Elantra Coupe.

This is the same coupe that will be coming to U.S. shores by this spring. The well-liked Azera will also be redesigned by next January with all-new sheet metal and a revised 3.3-liter V6 capable of producing some 260-horserpower. The redesigned Azera will, Hyundai hopes, result in much higher sales from 3,051 to up to 20,000 for 2012. Photos courtesy of theophiluschin.com

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