Posted by Sachit Bhat On 13-Jun-2022 11:53 PM
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Hyundai will introduce the 2022 Venue on June 16th in the domestic Indian market. It will have a new exterior design and a somewhat revised interior. There are some videos and even pictures that have surfaced on the internet showing the 2022 Venue in its entirety.
The Venue is finished in a Typhoon Silver paint scheme, as seen in some videos. Titan Grey, Denim Blue, Phantom Black, Polar White, and Fiery Red are the additional color options. You may also obtain a Fiery Red roof with a Phantom Black roof in a dual-tone paint scheme.
The 2022 Venue will be available in five different configurations. There will be E, S, S+ or S(O), SX, and SX(O). The mid-variant for diesel engines will be designated S+, while for petrol engines, it will be called S(O).
The current Venue's pricing begins at Rs. 7.11 lakhs ex-showroom and rises to Rs. 11.84 lakhs ex-showroom. Hyundai will raise prices somewhat after the facelift is released. Hyundai will continue to provide three powertrain options for the Venue. A 1.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine, a 1.5-liter diesel engine, and a 1.2-liter normally aspirated petrol engine will all be available.
The turbo petrol engine will be available in S(O) and SX(O) variants, while the diesel engine will be available in S+, SX, and SX+ variants (O). All models will be available with a normally aspirated engine, with the exception of the top-end SX(O).
The turbo petrol engine has a maximum power output of 120 PS and a torque output of 172 Nm. It's available with either a 6-speed iMT or a 7-speed Dual-Clutch auto transmission. The diesel engine has a maximum output of 100 PS and a peak torque of 240 Nm. It will only be available with a 6-speed manual transmission. The naturally aspirated petrol engine develops a maximum output of 83 PS and a maximum torque of 113 Nm. It will only be available with a 5-speed manual transmission.
Hyundai has also included three different driving modes. Eco, Normal, and Sport are the three options. We don't know the engine and gearbox combination the company will offer for the new drive modes at this time. The driving mode rotary knob is located just behind the gear lever. A two-step reclining option for the rear seats is one of the new features added to the Venue. As a result, the rear passengers enjoy a higher level of comfort. Furthermore, by sliding the backrest forward, this innovation will aid in boosting boot space. A redesigned D-cut steering wheel inspired by the Creta is also available.
There's also a new digital instrument cluster based on the Kia Carens. You can use Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to issue Home to Car voice instructions. More than 60 BlueLink-linked car features are available. The infotainment system with a touchscreen stays unchanged. It's still an 8-inch device, but it now has 10 regional languages as well as Sounds of Nature.
Some significant changes have been made to the exterior. There's a new parametric grille up front, which we've seen on a few previous Hyundai vehicles. Although the projector headlight and LED Daytime Running Lamps to remain the same, the turn indicator component has been updated. A new front bumper is also available.
New alloy wheels are mounted on the sides. The tail lamps are all-new at the back. They are split-power LED units. The new light bar that joins the rear tail lamps is the most noticeable alteration. New reflectors and reverse lights have been added to the rear bumper.
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