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2022 Hyundai Venue launched. Complete details inside
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2022 Hyundai Venue launched. Complete details inside

Hyundai has launched the 2022 Venue at INR 7.53 lakh. Three years after its introduction, the 2022 Hyundai Venue benefits from styling updates, while gaining more infotainment and connectivity features inside the cabin. The  Venue is offered in multiple powertrain options and 5 variants. Design changes on the 2022 Venue includes larger Dark Chrome grille, the revised split headlights, the elongated bumper intake, the aluminum-style skid plates, the full-width LED taillights, and the tweaked rear bumper. All those elements bring the Venue closer to Hyundai’s more recent models incorporating the brand’s Sensuous Sportiness design language. Inside, the Venue facelift now comes with a dual-tone black and beige theme. Higher variants come equipped with a 2-step reclining rear seat...
2022 Hyundai Venue facelift trim details emerge. Interiors spied
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2022 Hyundai Venue facelift trim details emerge. Interiors spied

Hyundai recently revealed the 2022 Venue facelift ahead of its launch in India on June 16. The carmaker opened bookings for a token amount of Rs 21,000. The Venue facelift gets a new radiator grille with chrome accents. It now has a rectangular air dam with a skid plate beneath, but the split headlamps are still present. New L-shaped LED tail lights with a light bar that spans the width of the at the rear. The rear bumper has been updated as well, with a black insert and position lighting on both sides. It’s not just the exterior, but Hyundai has thrown in quite a few updates to the interior of the refreshed Venue as well. The most noticeable update is a new dual-tone black and beige interior theme in place of the all-black theme of the pre-facelift Venue. It also gets a new four...
Hyundai Venue revealed via official sketches
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Hyundai Venue revealed via official sketches

Hyundai has unveiled the design sketches for its yet to be launched sub 4-m SUV, the Venue. The SUV will be loaded with Hyundai's BlueLink connectivity interface, an AI-powered interface with important safety features such as speed alert, geofencing, panic buttons and 'share destination' to ensure the safety of the passengers in case of a distress situation. The BlueLink connectivity interface has been developed with 33 features out of which 10 are specific to the Indian market. The Venue will have an SOS, RSA (Road Side Assistance) and BlueLink button on the inside rear-view mirror (IRVM) for easy access to the car passengers. It is also fitted with a cloud-based voice recognition system, which will be powered by Vodafone Idea network eSIM. This assists in getting real-time t...