The initial fluidic design car from Hyundai, Verna, first launched in 2011 now comes with an even better package. The facelift version of Hyundai Verna is set to launch on February 18. This car is one of the most valuable assets for the South Korean car manufacturer in India.
With the earlier models of Verna, the car lacked the charm and was not much successful in the market. With the launch of fluidic versions, this car set the new benchmark in the Indian automobile sector. It was highly praised by auto enthusiasts but since the launch of Honda’s new City, with the diesel powertrain; the car experienced a rapid decline in sales. City was an obvious choice for any potential buyer in this segment, but there are exceptions that include loyal Hyundai fans.
Not letting down their fans, Hyundai has made the car even better, and they hope to reclaim their lost position in the Indian automobile industry. The car features the new cosmetics and facelifts like larger projector headlamps, with brighter white light, redesigned bumper, new fog lamps that resemble boomerang, new dual-slat chrome grille and a bigger air dam. The stance of the car is similar to the previous model and the sides and the rear do not get any noticeable changes, except for the new and wider allow wheels, which blend in better with the overall appearance.
The interior of the car has the similar old looks, featuring the same dashboard, three-spoke steering wheel with audio controls and the infotainment system. The new music system has 1 GB internal memory, allowing the storage of audio files. The interior tone of the car is now dual tone beige plastics and fabrics.
The engine choices on the car will be similar to the current version, with four id 2015 cylinders inline with 1.4 litres petrol and 1.6 litres diesel option. The users will also be able to opt between manual and automatic transmission. The Verna 4s will be expectedly on samid-2015m