Hyundai Verna, one of the most famous and popular sedans of the country is all set to get a makeover.

The South Korean car manufacturer is all set to launch the facelift version of the Hyundai Verna, along with the new Creta and the Hyundai Tucson.

After making its debut at the Chengdu Auto Car show in China last year, the car is ready to traverse the Indian roads.

The Indian car is expected to be somewhat similar to the one made for the Chinese markets.

So let’s have a look and find out what’s new in the upcoming new-gen Hyundai Verna

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Hyundai Verna Facelift | What’s New?



With the style upgrades, the Hyundai Verna gets a more edgy and sporty look. The car sports a slew of new upgrades on the outside. These include the ‘cascading grille’, a bit of tweak on the bumper and a much larger set of headlamps. 

The rear end witnesses the major chunk of upgrades with the tail lamps completely redone. The number plate sits a tad bit lower than earlier and the lights have gotten thinner and less prominent than the older versions.

Tech Loaded


The next-gen Hyundai Verna is expected to get a complete makeover on the inside. The interiors will sport a slightly larger 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a better and more efficient interface and utility.

Hyundai’s flagship BlueLink connected car tech will make an appearance in the facelift Hyundai Verna 2020. At the moment, only the Hyundai Venue and the new Elantra sport this feature.


The facelift Hyundai Verna will be available in the BS6 compliant petrol and diesel engine options.

The engines will be similar to those running the Kia Seltos, so the power output might or might not be impressive. Hence, the engines that might power the Verna can be Kia’s CRDI for the diesel and the VTVT for the petrol car.

These set of engines currently produce the following figures with the mentioned specs. The 1.5-litre diesel engine delivers 13 PS and 10 Nm of less power and torque than it’s 1.6-litre counterpart. Whereas, the 1.5-litre petrol delivers 8 PS and 7 Nm less than the bigger engine sibling.

 Variants 1.6-litre 1.5-litre 
Diesel 128PS/260Nm 115PS/250Nm
Petrol 123PS/151Nm 115PS/144Nm


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The all-new Hyundai Verna is expected to be revealed at the Auto Expo 2020 and is expected to hit the stores April 2020 onwards.

While the car has already set its place in the hearts of the Indian car market, the new makeover can drive the sales even more.

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