Hyundai has unveiled the Verna concept at the ongoing Beijing Motor Show. As you may have guessed by looking at it, this new concept is in near-production spec and will pretty much shape the next-gen Verna.
The Verna concept has been conceived using Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design concept, meaning it doesn’t really look a whole lot different compared to the current model. Hyundai designers, in fact, have taken an evolutionary approach and blended in modern age cues for the makeover.
The concept features a massive hexagonal grille, sharply styled headlights and a rather busy looking front bumper complete with multiple chrome and silver accents. While the side profile is pretty much unchanged, the rear-end features beautifully detailed wraparound taillights and a stubby boot lid.
While there are no details whatsoever on the engine and drivetrain bits, Hyundai will reveal the full specifications nearer to the official global launch later this year. As for the Indian market, Hyundai is likely to launch the next-gen Verna sometime next year.