Here's a modified Hyundai Venue which gets a custom dual-tone interior theme with faux leather and wooden treatment all around the cabin.
Hyundai Venue is among the top-selling compact SUVs in its segment. It rubs shoulders with the likes of Mahindra XUV500, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon and Maruti Brezza. Hyundai Venue rapidly has gained popularity among the buyers and is commonly spotted roaming on our roads. Many enthusiasts around the country have modified the Hyundai Venue as per their preference to make it look more eye-catching. Here we have a new modification video, where the cabin of the sub-4 meter SUV has been customized to adopt a dual-tone theme. This modification video is uploaded by a YouTube channel Car Stylein.
The video starts by showing the mods made on the SUV. Inside, it gets a two-tone interior theme. Starting with the door pads, where it features blacked-out hard plastic along with tan colour soft-touch material. The area around the power window switches has been adorned with faux wood inserts.
This treatment is done to all four doors. The dashboard continues to feature its regular black colour, but the area around the AC vents and infotainment panels get wooden inserts. Moreover, the lower part of the dashboard gets the tan colour to maintain the two-tone theme of the cabin. These faux wooden inserts can also be seen near the gear lever area.
The total cost of this interior modification is Rs 35,000
Furthermore, the front and rear seats are wrapped in the dual-tone faux leather. The front portion of the seats is in the same tan colour while the rear part is blacked-out (including the headrests). The steering wheel along with the A and B pillar are also covered with this two-tone faux leather. The cabin of the car now looks more premium and upmarket compared to the regular Hyundai Venue. According to the video, the overall cost of this customization is Rs 35,000, which seems to be quite worthy.