Auto Desk, New Delhi: Hyundai Motor India (Hyundai Motor India) officially launched the 2022 Venue in the country (Venue 2022) The sub-compact SUV has been launched, which is priced at Rs 7.53 lakh for the 1.2-litre MPI petrol variant. The model also gets major changes in terms of interiors including several exterior design updates as well as feature updates.
2022 Hyundai Venue has received major updates in the looks department with the front grille, which now sports a parametric design, which is the latest sold globally. Hyundai Tucson is similar to.
The bumper and puddle lamps have also been updated along with the revamped LED lighting units on both the sides. On the side, the alloy wheel design of the 2022 Hyundai Venue has been refreshed. At the rear, the new tail light units of the 2022 Hyundai Venue are connected to each other with a single-piece light strip across the boot body. The rear bumper has also been updated and gets a faux skid plate.
The new Hyundai Venue has received several updates from the inside to help it take on its new rivals. The eight-inch main infotainment screen has received an update and the Home to Car (H2C) The connected car system supports Alexa connectivity and Google Voice Assistant. Connected-car technology in the 2022 Hyundai Venue has also been updated with 60 BlueLink features and support for 10 regional languages.
Other major updates on the 2022 Hyundai Venue include two-step reclining rear seats, ambient lights, power driver seat, smart electric sunroof and digital cluster driver display.
The Hyundai Venue remains one of the best-selling subcompact SUVs in the market despite new rivals challenging its dominance in the segment. This updated Venue, launched on Thursday, is going to prove to be a big deal for Hyundai. The 15,000 bookings received by this car even before its launch confirms this.
The 2022 Hyundai Venue was launched with a starting price of ₹7.53 Lakh and up to ₹12.57 Lakh (ex-showroom and introductory). The model continues to come with two petrol and one diesel engine options as well as four transmission options – five-speed manual, six-speed manual, IMT (semi-automatic) and DCT. But since there has been a strong response since bookings for the car began earlier this month, the delivery timelines may also raise questions, especially in the current scenario where semiconductor shortages hit manufacturers across the globe. Is.
“There is a very strong demand for the Venue and this has also been witnessed by the positive response for the new model,” Tarun Garg, Director (Sales, Marketing, Service), Hyundai Motor India Limited told news agency PTI. At Hyundai we believe that even when demand is strong, it is our responsibility to ensure that the latest technology and designs are brought in and this is something that drives us. We don’t wait for the demand to come down to introduce a new version.”
first published:June 16, 2022, 7:02 p.m.