2023 Hyundai Venue Bookings Open; Official Brochure Released!

2023 Hyundai Venue Bookings Open; Official Brochure Released!

The Hyundai Venue facelift is slated to be launched in the Indian market on June 16th, 2022. The brand has now unveiled the car’s brochure to add to its craze among the audience. It’s worth mentioning that the brand has already started taking bookings for the facelifted Hyundai Venue. Inquisitive buyers can reserve the car by paying a token amount of Rs 21,000 through the official website or visiting the nearest authorised dealership.

As revealed in the brochure, the car is going to be offered in both petrol and diesel powertrains. The buyers will have the option of choosing from the three powertrains as well as three transmissions. The brand has not made any alterations to the power plant and the Kappa 1.0-litre, Kappa 2.0-litre and U2 1.5-litre engines will be on offer. In terms of colour schemes, aside from a single dual-tone Fiery red with phantom black roof shade option, there will be six other vibrant shades available.

Turning to the design and styling, the basic outer profile of the new model is almost identical to the existing car. However, the redesigned front fascia, rear end, and interior differentiate it from the outgoing model. In the front, the car comes fitted with a squarish grille, rounder indicators, sleeker LED lights, along with LED DRLs and indicator housing. The new venue receives modified taillights with elaborately organised horizontal LED strips at the back. An LED light strip joins the two taillights, emphasising their breadth.

The interiors, on the other hand, will receive all of the segment-first features. Starting with Alexa and Google Assistant for Home To Car (H2C), the function is available in two languages: English and Hindi. The functionality allows users to handle car operations from the comfort of their own homes. Apart from that, the brand has also offered the 2022 Hyundai Venue facelift with a driving mode select feature comprising Normal, Eco and Sport modes.