For those who are waiting for something special in April, Hyundai Venue SUV has leaked ahead of its official debut with partial coverings, exposing the front facial expressions. The Harrier-like headlight comes with a daytime running light setup that runs completely around the casing, surrounding the primary projector headlight and halogen bulb. The functioning of the upper section is not yet clear as the daytime running lights are placed on the lower edge. The sharp eyebrow style lights could serve as the dynamic indicator lights on the model. The front grille comes with iconic Hyundai designing and 3D wave effect that is not seen on other cars in their lineup.
The lower section comes with silver-finished faux bash plate on the new Hyundai Venue SUV. The front fascia has the most youthful design language in comparison to all the rivals while the rear is decently designed with Volkswagen Polo-like taillamps and sporty bumper finish. The model spotted here is definitely the top-spec variant as the alloy wheels are seen with a diamond cut finish and Ceat Secura Drive tires.
Moving to the interior part, Hyundai Venue SUV features the most elegant finish among all rivals with a completely black finish and highlighted silver sections around the vents and dials. The climate control system is fully automatic on the car. The BlueLink system brings 33 safety-enhancing features on the car with voice recognition and search option as the segment-first feature. All this happens through a tamper-proof device.
Hyundai is using a practical floating touchscreen infotainment system on the Venue SUV and steering wheel also looks sporty with an all-black finish like the dashboard. The car is seen with a smart key in the storage section and thus, one can expect class-leading features from the new car for sure. The engine part is unclear at the moment as most reports hint at the use of a 1.4L diesel and 1.2L petrol motor instead of the bigger 1.6L petrol and diesel combination. The first factor to back this claim is the cost of the vehicle while the availability of powerful diesel unit on the Nexon can also change the perceptions. However, the 1.6L engines have never been used for a sub-4m car from Hyundai.