2023 Hyundai Verna May Get Dual 10.25-Inch Screens
Hyundai has unveiled a few additional characteristics of the upcoming Verna ahead of its worldwide launch on March 21. Hyundai’s midsize car is anticipated to go on sale at the end of the month, with deliveries beginning by the middle of April.
While the current Verna has an 8-inch touchscreen, the new Verna will have an integrated dual-screen setup with two 10.25-inch panels, one for the infotainment system and the other for the digital instrument cluster, similar to that of the Ioniq 5. Like all other Hyundai and Kia vehicles, the 2023 Hyundai Verna will replace the Arkamys sound module with an 8-speaker system calibrated by Bose.
Also, the 2023 Hyundai Verna has segment-first features including heated seats and a switchable unit for operating the HVAC and infotainment system. In the former, both controls are housed on a touch panel, which can switch between them at the press of a button. The front seats in the next Verna will continue to be ventilated.
Hyundai hinted at more features of the 2018 Verna earlier this month, including a standout phone holder for the front passenger, a multifunctional console, and a chilled glove box. Moreover, the inside will have a dual-tone black and beige color scheme, with leatherette expected in higher trim levels.
The 2023 Hyundai Verna will be larger and broader than the previous model, with dimensions of 4,535mm in length, 1,765mm in width, and 1,475mm in height. Also, it will feature a 528-liter boot, which is 50 liters larger than its forerunner.
With the 2017 Verna, Hyundai will offer two 1.5-liter petrol engines: a 160hp turbocharged unit and a 115hp naturally aspirated (NA) one. The latter will only be offered with higher variations, whilst the former will be offered with cheaper variants. While a 6-speed manual transmission is standard for both engines, a CVT and a DCT are available for the NA unit and the turbo-petrol unit, respectively.
There will be four trim levels for the next Verna: EX, S, SX, and SX. Depending on the variation, expect it to cost somewhere between Rs 60,000 and Rs 1 lakh more than the current model. It will compete with the refreshed Honda City, Volkswagen Virtus, Skoda Slavia, and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz whenever it is released.
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