Hyundai’s onslaught on key global markets with new products continues with the global debut of the all-new Verna. The C-segment sedan was unveiled in a fresh avatar at the ongoing 2016 Chengdu Motor Show today.
The new Verna is nearly 4.4m long and carries a wheelbase of 2,600mm. The car has been completely redesigned and as a result, features fully new design bits like the massive hexagonal grille, LED daytime running lights, different taillights and new surfacing at the front and rear bumpers.
The cabin is all new, too, and features a much cleaner look compared to the outgoing car. Expect the latest tech and features like GPS, climate control, electrically foldable mirrors and a comprehensive instrument panel to feature in the new Verna.
For China, Hyundai is offering the new Verna with either a 100bhp 1.4 or a 122bhp 1.6-litre petrol motor. As for the gearbox, there is a 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic on offer. The car will go on sale in China soon, followed by other markets including India where it will be positioned below the recently launched Elantra.