New Hyundai Venue teaser video reveals front design, inspired by new-gen Santa Fe
Hyundai India is gearing up to soon unveil its compact SUV offering, the Venue. The Korean car manufacturer has already started its teaser campaign for the Venue. While the first video gave an idea of the overall silhouette of the SUV, the latest video almost reveals the front profile which seems to be inspired by the new-gen Sante Fe SUV on sale in the international markets. Hyundai has confirmed April 17, 2019 as the date on which the Venue SUV will be unveiled officially. The Hyundai Venue SUV will take on the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Mahindra XUV300, Ford EcoSport and the Tata Nexon.
The Hyundai Venue gets LED strip on the top while the DRLs and the headlights have been placed beside the grille
The Hyundai Venue SUV's styling also draws inspiration from the upcoming Hyundai Kona with its split light format. The side profile will be similar to that of the Hyundai Creta while the rear too will feature a modern design. Similarly, the cabin of the Hyundai Venue SUV will boast of class leading features and convenience options. A trait seen on all Hyundais. Even in terms of space, the Hyundai Venue SUV is expected to come with a generous layout, matching those of rivals like the XUV300 and Nexon. Features like a sunroof, climate control CarPlay and Android Auto too will be made a part of the equipment list. We believe safety features like dual front airbags, Isofix mounts and other bits will be offered as standard.
Hyundai Venue will be unveiled on April 17, 2019
It is expected to be powered by a 1.0 litre T-GDi turbo-petrol producing 120PS and 117Nm, which will most likely be made by Hyundai India locally. Accompanying the turbo-petrol will be Hyundai's naturally-aspirated 1.2 litre Kappa petrol, that produces 84PS and 117Nm. Diesel variants will be powered by the 1.4 litre U2 CRDi motor that produces 90PS of power and 224Nm of torque.
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