Hyundai Venue SUV Bookings Start – Launch on 21’st May – Has a long list of rivals to go against once launched
Hyundai Venue is the sub compact SUV from the manufacturer that is set to against a huge list of rivals. Hyundai seems last to the party despite the second largest manufacturer in the country. Volkswagen and Skoda could reply some time as well. However, the Venue SUV has been unveiled and now its time that you can book the SUV as launch date is here too. The SUV has key elements such as the front-end which gets an entirely new grille that is chrome and gets a dual tone roof and new sportier alloy wheels.
The LED DRL and headlights are just like the Tata Harrier. A new trend around the world to make cars look different and sportier. The rear gets a clean design with flush tail-lamps. The tail-gate seem large and intimidating. The alloy wheels are also new and seem 17-inch on the top-end variant. The interior is entirely new with a boxy layout for everything. Hyundai is calling it the ‘for the urban adventurer’. Interior includes sunroof, 8.0 touch screen system, projector fog lamps, LED lights, and whole host of features inside and outside. Blue link connectivity also makes it to the car to give more power to customers from their smart phones.
The interior pictures say that vents, the screen is mounted just like the Santro and the buttons below look like an after thought. The A/C control are new dials which are inspiration from the new Maruti Swift that we saw last year. We now know that there is going to be a 1.0 litre petrol turbo motor, a 1.2 litre petrol motor and 1.4 litre diesel motor with an manual gearbox is going to be on offer. Turbo petrol will be the only one with an automatic gearbox. Prices should start from Rs. 6 lakhs and end at Rs. 11 lakhs.
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