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A recap of the week in automotive news, including the latest video of Acura's NSX GT3, and the IIHS' most recent Top Safety Pick+ award recipient.

In vehicle safety news, the Hyundai Elantra has snagged a Top Safety Pick+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

The small sedan greatly improves over previous model.

The fuel-sipping Elantra gets 40 highway mpg. We take a look at how it compares to the competition.

The Korean-market Avante Sport gives us a good preview of the sporty compact sedan we'll get.

Hyundai is the first automaker to top USA Today's influential survey of Super Bowl commercials.

The weak markets in China and Russia caused the first drop in Hyundai global deliveries since July, but the US market set a January volume record.

Two of Hyundai's Super Bowl ads are now online, and they both use jokes to sell the 2017 Elantra's high-tech features.

Improvements All Around, But Don't Get Too Excited

Hyundai has put effort in the right places in improving its volume sedan model. We take the fanciest one for a drive to see what's new.

Prepare To Not Be Blown Away

Like most new cars, the 2017 Elantra is a little better than the model it replaces in many ways. We found out just how much in our first encounter with the new compact sedan.

In addition to new styling, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra features a starting price of just $17,985, making it $100 cheaper than last year's model.

Starting in February Hyundai will recall 155,000 Elantras from the 2011 and 2012 model years for a malfunctioning yaw sensor in the ESC system.

The 2017 Hyundai Elantra brings a new face, stiffer platform, upgraded engines, and more tech for its debut at the LA Auto Show.

It has taken Hyundai nearly 30 years, but the company has just celebrated a major milestone by selling its 10 millionth car in the US. Half of them were Sonatas and Elantras.

North America doesn't get to see the 2016 Elantra until the Los Angles Auto Show in November, but Hyundai has revealed the next-gen sedan for the Korean market. The revised styling makes it look all grown up.

Leaked images from a Korean website show the next-generation Korean-market Avante, which is our Elantra sedan. If the pics are accurate, the design is much more mature.

Hyundai is now showing off the minimalist interior of the next-gen Elantra in a new rendering, ahead of the sedan's debut at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.

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