Indian tuner gets its styling mojo on with the popular Korean sedan.
While it prepares India's first ever homemade supercar, coachbuilder DC Design is continuing to tune and its latest project is based on a Hyundai Elantra. Focused squarely on improving aesthetics, the Elantra was given a matte black paint job with red accents, and a redesigned front grille complete with new air intakes and honeycomb mesh vents. Updated fog lamps and side skirts boast DC badges, while rounding things off is a set of multi-spoke alloys and a red rear diffuser with triangular tailpipes. Red dominates the interior, which has been left without any luxury appointments.