Please Tell Us Your City

Knowing your city will help us provide relevant content to you.

Sorry! No matching results found. Try again.Error Identifying Your Location.

Log in to CarWale

Please enter your password
Forgot password?
Please enter your registered email

Or Login with

Sign in with facebook
Sign In with google

Sign up to CarWale

Please enter your name
+91
Please enter your mobile number
Please enter your password
Please enter your password
Ad

Hyundai Venue unveiled: Now in pictures

April 17, 2019, 08:40 PM IST by Venkat Desirazu
Hyundai Venue unveiled: Now in pictures

Hyundai is finally entering the sub-compact SUV segment with this car, the Venue. It’s a feature and tech-laden vehicle and will be offered with one diesel and two petrol engines of which the latter also includes for the first time a GDI (gasoline direct injection) 1.0-litre turbo petrol. It will be launched in India on 21 May and ahead of the launch here is the new Venue in pictures.

The face of the Hyundai Venue is dominated by a large chrome grille while there are running lamps in the place where you would normally find the headlamps. The latter now sit on level with the middle of the grille.

In profile, the Venue, mimics many of the other latest Hyundai SUVs and has an upright stance thanks to the position of the hood and well as the rake angle of the A-pillars and C-pillars. The diamond cut alloy wheels are a unique design and will help the car stand out among the competition.

Hyundai has given the Venue an uncluttered design at the rear. The highlight of this design is of course the square LED taillights and very prominently the Venue badging on the centre of the tailgate. Take a step back and you can see the family look in the shape of the Venue’s rear hatch door.

The highlight of the cabin is the display for the infotainment system. It sits flush on the dashboard and appears to be a 7.0-inch unit. The infotainment system is one of the highlights of the car and out of the 33 features, 10 are specific for India. You can read about that here. 

The centre console gets a 12V charging socket, a USB port and an additional socket to plug a wireless charger. In addition, you can also see that the temperature display has been integrated into the central dial as a part of the design. 

The model on display is a top-of-the-line SX GDI petrol model. It employs a 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine producing 118bhp/171Nm. It will be offered only on the top variant trims and with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual clutch automatic.

In addition the Venue can also be had with the 1.2-litre petrol (81bhp/114Nm) or the 1.4-litre diesel that produces 89bhp/219Nm. The former is only offered with a five-speed manual while the latter gets a six-speed manual.

The Hyundai Venue will be launched in India on 21 May and rival the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Honda WR-V, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSport and the Mahindra XUV300 in the sub-4 SUV segment of the Indian car market.  

Tags:Hyundai,Hyundai Venue,Venue,Venue SX
Show CommentsHide Comments
Ad
  • Upcoming Cars

Toyota GlanzaToyota Glanza

6th Jun 2019

6L - ₹ 9L
Hyundai Kona EVHyundai Kona EV

9th Jul 2019

8L - ₹ 14L
MG HectorMG Hector

Jun 2019

18L - ₹ 23L
Volkswagen Next Generation VentoVolkswagen Next Generation Vento

Jul 2019

8L - ₹ 14L
BMW New 3 SeriesBMW New 3 Series

Jul 2019

50L - ₹ 60L
All Upcoming Cars
Ad

Explore action from the track

Know More

Select your city to avail offers

Currently available only in