The facelifted version of Hyundai's Venue subcompact SUV is expected to arrive in India. The Venue facelift model was recently observed in camouflage testing in another country. Hyundai may add the N-Line version of the Venue when it launches the facelift model in the nation next year, according to sources. The spy pictures show the SUV's entirely revamped back area, which includes a new tailgate, a new bumper, and modified taillights.
The chrome-plated dual exhaust pipes and alloy wheels spotted in spy shots indicate that an N-Line version of the Venue might be on the way shortly. These qualities may be found in Hyundai's N-Line vehicles. Last year, the Korean automaker launched its first N-Line model in India with the i20.
A redesigned grille, a redesigned bumper, and new headlights are all anticipated to be part of the Venue facelift's front end. Inside the new-generation Venue's cabin, expect modifications as well. According to sources, the Venue sub-compact SUV's interiors would undergo visual improvements, including a new interior colour theme, new seat materials, and a larger touchscreen infotainment screen, among other things. Furthermore, the Venue makeover may include additional features.
Hyundai Venue debuted in India in 2019 and competes with the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Kia Sonet, and Nissan Magnite, among others. A year later, it had a makeover with the addition of the iMT gearbox to the manual and automatic gearboxes that were previously offered.
Hyundai is most likely to go with the same engine as its existing models. A 1.2-litre 4-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine delivers 82 horsepower and 115 Nm of peak torque in the Venue. A 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged GDI petrol engine with a maximum output of 118 horsepower and 172 Nm of torque is also available. The engines are coupled to either a 6-speed manual transmission, a 6-speed iMT clutchless transmission, or a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.