- Hyundai has released official design sketches of its upcoming SUV, Venue.
- The company will unveil Hyundai Venue in India and New York on April 17, 2019.
- It is set to launch in India next month.
- Under the hood, Hyundai Venue will get 1.4 litre petrol and diesel engines.
- Additionally, there could be a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol unit.
Hyundai has released official images of its upcoming SUV, Venue ahead of its unveiling in India on April 17, 2019. The design sketches reveal concrete information deeming its styling. Even though it is a compact SUV, Hyundai Venue has a chunky stance with Hyundai’s signature styling elements such as the cascading grille in front which will seemingly come with a chrome surround as seen in one of the spy images.
The front also gets dual headlamps with slit-like lights atop, while the main light is placed lower down. The design sketches also reveal the square-like daytime running lights around the main lights and blacked-out A-pillars as well as roof rails. At the back, it gets square-shaped tail-lamps that further accentuate its robust styling. The lower part of the bumper ostensibly gets reflectors or auxiliary lights. It possibly gets scuff plates too, though more details will be revealed at the official unveiling later this month.
The design sketches also give an insight into the Hyundai Venue interior which features a dashboard with a flat top akin to other Hyundai models sold in India. There is a high set touchscreen for the infotainment system as well. Also, there are chunky climate control dials, storage space under the center console, and a recess above the glovebox as illustrated in the interior sketch. There is a rotary controller under the gear lever which could be used for accessing the infotainment system.\
As revealed earlier, Hyundai Venue will pack in a host of connectivity features. Hyundai could also offer paddleshifters on the automatic variant, a first for a model in the respective segment. Under the hood, Hyundai Venue will get 1.4 litre petrol and diesel engines. Additionally, there could be a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol unit which will be paired to a dual-clutch gearbox. Hyundai will also unveil the SUV in New York along with India on April 17, 2019, ahead of its official launch slated in May.