This Modified Hyundai Venue Looks HOT with new 17 inch Alloy Wheels
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This Hyundai Venue has got itself a new set of 17-inch alloy wheels. Watch how this modified Hyundai Venue has been transformed into a sportier model.
Hyundai Venue became a popular choice among the Indian buyers in a very short period of time. This is thanks to its sporty look, advanced features and competitive prices. Not only this, the Brezza-rivalling sub-four-metre SUV by Hyundai is gaining popularity among people who like to modify or customize cars as per their personal tastes. We have seen many customised Venue models making the headlines in the past but this modified Hyundai Venue looks like none other with a sporty set of 17-inch alloy wheels.
Modified Hyundai Venue | Video by Technical bhopal
Clearly, the Venue featured in a video uploaded by a Youtuber is a base variant. The regular steel wheels of the Venue have been removed and replaced by a new set of alloy wheels that makes the car way better looking than the stock version.
Normally, the Hyundai Venue features 15-inch steel wheels for the lower-spec models and a set of 16-inch wheels for the higher-spec trims. The owner of the car has smartly opted for sportier-looking 5-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels that help raise the car’s visual attraction to a higher level.
Along with the new wheels, the 17-inch tyres do not look odd on the modified Hyundai Venue. They come to add up to the SUV’s overall stance and even give it a more SUV-ish look than what the regular version offers. For sure, the addition of bigger alloys and oversized tyres will have some impact on the overall performance, handling and ride comfort of the vehicle. Apart from the wheels, the modified Hyundai Venue also comes with some minor visual add-ons like door visors.
Of course there aren’t any changes made to the mechanical package of the vehicle. In the stock form, the Hyundai Venue is available with three engines – a 1.2-litre petrol, a 1.5-litre diesel and a punchy 1.0-litre turbo-petrol unit. While the two former motors are merely available with a manual transmission, the turbo-petrol mill comes coupled with either a manual or a DCT automatic unit as well.