Hyundai has launched the Venue facelift in the market. Launched in 2019, it has been in the market for 3 years now and contributes to about 20% of the sales. The compact-SUV market has been receiving new candidates, and the competition is rising day by day. Coping up with the competition, Hyundai has updated the Venue with a facelift. Let’s see what we have:
In terms of design, the Venue has been made more sporty and been there is visual inspiration from its elder sibling Tucson. It features the dark chrome front grille known as the “Parametric Grille” by Hyundai. The new grille extends to the LED indicators, and the front profile also consists of revamped LED headlights & DRLs and a new bumper with a faux-skid plate.
The taillights have also been redesigned with a uniform light bar connecting the splitting lights along with a revamped bumper & reflectors. The facelifted Venue will also feature an integrated roof spoiler and a shark fin antenna with roof rails and stands on newly designed alloy wheels.
First in Segment Features
The Venue will also feature some first in segment features; Tarun Garg, Director of sales, marketing & service, said the following on the same:
“Hyundai VENUE has had stellar success in India ever since its launch in 2019. Customers from across the country have been thrilled by its futuristic design, advanced technology and powerful performance. With the new Hyundai VENUE, we will set the bar even higher. Driven by the aspirations of Gen MZ customers, the new Hyundai VENUE is set to enthral customers with many first in segment technologies that offer an unparalleled experience; for instance, customers can now control many car functions through Home to the car (H2C) with Alexa & Google Voice Assistant; 60+ Bluelink Connected features; 2 Step Rear Reclining Seat. We are confident that the new Hyundai VENUE will build on the strong brand legacy and amplify the Hyundai SUV Life for unmatched customer delight.”
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Going with the above statement, Venue comes with new features allowing remote climate control & remote vehicle status check. It also comes with a 360-degree camera, find my car, tire pressure & fuel information, along with time fencing & idle time alert. The interior gets a freshly designed dashboard with a more extensive infotainment system, a digital instrument cluster, ventilated front seats, ambient lighting, & a bose sound system.
You can get the facelifted Venue; bookings are already open for ₹21,000. It is available with the following seven colour options: Polar White Typhoon Silver, Phantom Black, Denim Blue, Titan Grey, Fiery Red & lastly, a Dual-Tone Fiery Red with Black Roof. While there is no word about any mechanical upgrades, we might get the sportier N-Line Venue soon.
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