Hyundai Venue has a modern but also very muscular design. Have you wondered how this car would look like as an off-roader? Here is the latest render of this new sub-four-meter SUV.
The launch of the new Hyundai Venue in India has spiced up the compact SUV market. Hyundai Venue is rivalling the Maruti Vitara Brezza, Ford EcoSport, Mahindra XUV300, and Tata Nexon. In general, all the sub-four-meter compact SUVs in India at the moment are not mechanically designed for off-roading. Nevertheless, the butch design style is preferred in this segment and hence these compact SUVs look like they are off-roading-ready. Yogi Sejwal Design, an Indian youtuber, has rendered a digital off-roading-oriented version of Hyundai Venue.
Hyundai Venue new Look | New Idea | Off-roading Concept
The added off-road design elements go really well with the stock design of the Venue. On top of that, these new touches work wonders delivering an off-roading vibe. Starting from the front face, the stock bumper is replaced with an aggressively off-road unit along with front large skid plate and hidden winch. The grille on the stock version is also replaced with the black mesh, creating a modern look for the front. There is no change for the headlight apart from the new yellow shade.
On the side profile of the Hyundai Venue, a plastic cladding has been added to the fender, which gives a boost to the width and accentuates the muscle of the vehicle. It is easily noticed that the Venue off-road rendering is given a new set of aftermarket off-road-spec wheels which are bigger and more macho.
This Hyundai Venue Off-roader render is a real head-turner
The highlight of the design must be the roof-mounted rail and LED stack that completely transforms the whole look of the Hyundai Venue. The new LED stripes are stacked at the front end will come handy when it goes off-road at night. In addition, the roof-rail could load extra belongings, bicycles, or camping equipment.
As for the stock vehicle, Hyundai Venue's current price starts at Rs. 6.5 lakh and goes up to Rs. 11.1 lakh. At first, Hyundai is offering the new SUV in 11 variants. There are three engine options available, two petrol engine and one diesel. The petrol range includes a 1.2-litre petrol engine (83 PS and 115 Nm) and a 1.0-litre Kappa T-GDI petrol engine (120 PS and 172Nm). The only diesel engine, 1.4-litre diesel powertrain, could churn out 90 PS and 220 Nm. A 6-speed manual gearbox is available on the smaller petrol and the only diesel engine. The 1.0-litre petrol engine is also paired with the 7-speed clutch transmission. The 1.2-litre petrol comes exclusively with 5-speed manual gearbox. Hyundai Venue is offered with a very well-loaded connectivity package.