Hyundai has all set to launch an upgrade of one of its best sellers, Hyundai Verna in 2020. The car will be available for sale in the Indian automotive market by August 2020. The car was launched in China on October 2019 and we cannot get enough of it.
The car was initially showcased at Chengdu Motor Show on 30th October 2019. With the newer images going viral, it can be clearly seen that the Verna is hugely inspired by Hyundai Creta (ix25).
The 5-seater sedan comes with Hyundai’s signature cascading grille, renewed bumper and extra sharpness for its projector headlights. The car also features new alloy wheels, tailgate, split tail lamps. The back profile is further highlighted with a horizontal light strip running across the boot of the all new Verna. The rear profile also receives; rectangular, vertically placed reflectors and a dual-tone faux-diffuser. Overall the car has acquired a sharper stance than the previously known oval one. The Verna may have changed a bit in terms of design, but the car also will be 25mm longer compared to its predecessor.
Few of the important features the car receives are:
- 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system
All-digital instrument cluster
Wireless phone charger
All new alloy wheels with diamond cut dual-tone alloy wheels for higher variant.
Parking lamp and the turn indicator
The safety features will also include ABS with EBD, airbags, electronic stability control, front seatbelt reminder, traction control and much more. Not much has been revealed in terms of features of the new facelift but we are hoping to get some new updates really soon.
The China version comes with 1.4 liter diesel but the Indian version will come mated with a 1.5 liter diesel BS-VI compliant engine. Because of the new BS-6 compliance, the power and torque output is expected to change significantly.
The power output is expected to go down from 128bhp to 115bhp.
The torque is also expected to change from 260NM to 250NM.
The new facelift is also in talks of having a hybrid option. It is rumored that the Hyundai Verna facelift may come with a 48V hybrid system. Whether it will be sold as a new variant is still not revealed.
The new sedan is likely to compete with Honda City that is also scheduled to be launched next year. The car will also compete with Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Skoda Rapid, Toyota Yaris and Volkswagen Vento.
The car is still under wraps in terms of interiors and key features, but nothing much is expected to change. The car is expected to be launched in August 2020 with a slight elevation in terms of pricing.
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