2020 Hyundai Verna pictures leaked ahead of its global launch
Hyundai Verna, the c-segment sedan that got a generation upgrade in 2017 is all set to receive its first update. The update will include a new fascia and the sedan is expected to get new drive train options adhering to the stricter BSVI norms. The 2020 Hyundai Verna is expected to be unveiled globally at the 2019 Frankfurt Motorshow which will take place between September 12-22.
The styling includes a wide cascading chrome grille in the front with projector headlamp assembly flanked on either side. The bottom of the front bumper gets a fold making it a skirt-like effect. The side profile largely remains the same although the alloy wheels get an all-new design - inspired from the Venue's and the new Grand i10 Nios'.
The rear end gets a complete revamp. The taillamp now runs across the width of the car with the Hyundai badge right in the middle of it. The bumper gets verticle reflectors as opposed to the horizontal ones in the outgoing model. The diffuser gets an integrated stop lamp as well.
The interiors are expected to witness a revamp as well. And the new Verna could spawn with more features like the Blue link - that we've seen in the Hyundai Venue.
Speaking of the drivetrain, the new Verna could get either of the two engine options to make it BSVI compliant. 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine that we've seen in the Venue or the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine from the Kia Seltos. The diesel variant of the new Verna could be equipped with the new downsized 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine from the Kia Seltos. Both the diesel as well as petrol variant will benefit from an automatic transmission.
Expect the prices of the 2020 Hyundai Verna to be hiked by Rs 20,000-40,000 across variants and trims. The current Hyundai Verna rivals the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Skoda Rapid, Honda City and the newly updated Volkswagen Vento.
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