Driving in style: New Hyundai Verna interiors revealed
Delhi : Over the previous few months, sales of the Hyundai Verna sedan have decreased. In terms of sales of mid-size sedans, it is lagging behind longtime rival the Honda City as well as recent opponent Skoda Slavia. The next generation Verna from Hyundai will shortly go on sale. It will have modernised interiors, improved features, and a strong engine lineup.
The brand-new Hyundai Verna sedan is created in accordance with the organization's Global Design Identity of Sensuous Sportiness concept. The 6th generation model, which has a sportier posture, will formally make its global debut in the nation on March 21, 2023. The first deposit is Rs 25,000.
Hyundai Verna: Interiors and features
Hyundai has been frequently posting new teases prior to the premiere. In the most recent teaser, we get a better look at the LED taillights, LED DRLs at the back, alloy wheels, 1.5 Turbo badging, steering wheel, and fully digital instrument panel.
The Hyundai Verna will be available in a total of 10 versions across four trim levels: EX, S, SX, and SX(O). The most advanced SX(O) with ADAS model is seen in the most recent teaser. The Lane Assist button is visible on the steering wheel.
The exteriors of the new Verna have a distinct design language. It features an L-shaped LED tail lamp, a full length LED DRL strip across the front of the vehicle, a trapezoidal front grille, and a Hyundai symbol on the bonnet. The 2018 Verna will look a lot like the Elantra and get similar features including a sunroof, sloping roof line, distinctive C pillars, blacked-out B pillars, and new diamond-cut alloy wheels.
The new Verna will be bigger than the old one. This will be a reference to a roomier cabin. The new Verna's dual-screen layout is completed with a sizable touchscreen infotainment system that sits next to the Digital IC you can see above. A motorised driver seat, ventilated front seats, and climate control are other interior features.
Engine Lineup for Petrol Only
Two different gasoline engines will be available for the new Verna. The 1.5 litre petrol turbo engine will have a 6 or 7 gear manual transmission and produce 160 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque. Whether coupled to a 6 speed manual transmission or an IVT gearbox, the 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine will be capable of generating 113 horsepower and 144 Nm of torque. Both of these engines will comply with BS6 Phase-2.
The new Verna, whose sale date is slated for March 21, 2023, would cost more than the present Verna, which starts at Rs 9.64 lakh (ex-sh). The base model of the new Verna is anticipated to cost approximately Rs 10 lakh, while the top-tier Verna may go as high as Rs 19 lakh, ex-sh.