2022 Hyundai Venue To Launch On June 16
Hyundai will announce pricing for the refreshed Venue compact SUV on June 16, 2022. Multiple concept sketches of the Venue makeover have been unveiled, giving us a taste of the ultimate design of the SUV. Apart from the Venue facelift, Hyundai will also introduce the Venue N-Line in the Indian market.
Hyundai will announce pricing for the 2022 Hyundai Venue compact SUV on June 16, 2022. Multiple concept sketches of the Venue makeover have been unveiled, giving us a taste of the ultimate design of the SUV. Apart from the Venue facelift, Hyundai will also introduce the Venue N-Line in the Indian market.
The front bumper has been restyled as well, with a bigger and more visible faux skid plate. The split headlamp design is retained in the Venue makeover, but the upper lighting elements with the turn indicators have been designed to appear as an extension of the grille itself.
In terms of profile, things are expected to stay mostly the same, with the exception of the alloy wheels and wheel caps, which will have a different design depending on the variation. More style modifications can be found in the rear, where the Venue facelift receives a completely revised tail-lamp, which is now connected by an LED light bar, similar to its Kia Sonet brother. Minor design changes are also made to the tailgate and rear bumper.
Hyundai hasn’t provided any inside specifics for the 2022 Hyundai Venue, although it’s possible that new upholstery, a better infotainment system, and other modest visual improvements may be included to keep things fresh.
There will also be a new top-end N Line model for the Venue. The 2022 Hyundai Venue will be the first vehicle to receive Hyundai’s sporty N-Line treatment. To avoid being confused with a full-fledged N version, the Venue N Line, which will be comparable to the i20 N-Line offered in India, would receive sportier-looking visual elements to set it apart from the rest of the Venue facelift lineup. Unique front and rear bumpers, alloy wheels, various interior schemes with red stitching, aluminum pedals, and noticeable N Line badging are among the features. The Venue N Line has previously been seen testing in India.
There is no official word on any alterations to the Venue’s engine. In India, we expect Hyundai will stick with the 1.2-liter petrol and 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine options, as well as the 1.5-liter diesel. The Venue N-Line, like the i20 N-Line, will most likely have a single 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine.
While a few dealers are taking unofficial reservations for the redesigned Venue, Hyundai India is yet to launch official reservations at its dealerships and on its website. By late June, delivery for the redesigned Venue should begin.
The all-new Maruti Suzuki Brezza, which goes on sale on June 30, will be a major competitor to the Venue facelift in India. It will also face competition in the Indian market from the Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, Renault Kiger, and Nissan Kicks.