Hyundai will launch the 2020 Verna facelift on March 26, and the booking for the car are underway for Rs. 25,000.
Hyundai India has finally revealed the Verna facelift and the manufacturer has commenced the bookings for the car. The Verna facelift will be launched on March 26. The C-segment sedan can be booked either at a Hyundai dealership or the brand’s official website against a sum of Rs. 25,000. With a very high resemblance to the Solaris sold in the Russian market, Hyundai seems to have made a great decision by not opting for the China-spec Verna, which looks a bit outlanding when viewed from some angles.
Outside, the Verna gets a revised bumper on the front facet with a chrome lip. The fog lamp housings sport a sharper design now, while the grille is the biggest ever seen on a Verna till date. The chrome-finished grille looks elegant and gives the car some extra street presence. The headlamps are also revised as they now get C-shaped LED DRLs, which are sharper-looking than the earlier units. The side profile remains largely unchanged, but the new design for the alloys wheels matches with other sharp elements seen on the car. The rear-end is also updated. It now gets a chrome strip on the lower-most part of the bumper and new glow-pattern for the LED tail lamps.
“VERNA has always been an ‘Ahead of the Time’ product that has exceeded all expectations of the customers’ and created new benchmarks with its strong performance. With the commencement of bookings from today, Hyundai is once again set to revolutionize the premium experience in the mid-size sedan segment through the Spectacular Design, Outstanding Features, High Reliability, Advanced Technology and Youthful Performance of The Spirited New VERNA.”
Mr. Tarun Garg, Director - Sales, Marketing & Service, Hyundai Motor India Ltd.
The only change on the sides is the new alloy wheels.
The Verna facelift will be offered with 3 engine options – a 1.5L turbocharged diesel with a 6-speed MT and a 6-speed torque convertor AT, a 1.5L N/A petrol with a 6-speed MT and a CVT, and a 1.0L 3-cylinder turbo petrol with a 7-speed DCT. The power figures for these engines are not revealed yet and are expected to be announced at the time of launch.