Edmunds.com's Inside Line is offering up some spy shots of the 2007 Hyundai Elantra, albeit masked under heavy camo. With a projected price point of around $14,000 paired with an updated design, the Elantra looks poised to put Hyundai within reach of its projected 1 million U.S. sales.

On the mechanical side, Edmunds says that the twin-cam, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual gearbox will likely be shared with Kia's recently redesigned Spectra, a move that would follow the company's M.O. as of late.

Expect the redesigned Elantra to hit U.S. showrooms in autumn, while home-market customers can expect to see it as early as this spring.

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