Hyundai launched the Venue compact SUV in the Indian market earlier this year and ever since its launch, it has been attracting customers. The popularity of Venue has increased over the months. Recently, Hyundai Venue became the best-selling vehicle in the segment. It knocked out Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza which has been the undisputed king in terms of numbers in this segment for more than three years.
Just like any other car, aftermarket accessories and customization options are available for Venue as well. Here in this video by Rahul Singh , he shows how to convert a base model of the Hyundai Venue into a top-end trim. Lets have a look at the video first and then discuss it in detail.
We’ll start with the interiors first. As seen in the video, it is the base variant of the Venue which has no creature comforts at all. The first notable upgrade is the touchscreen infotainment system. It also gets a rear view parking camera at the rear. All the seats have been taken down and a new layer of floor mats have also been placed. A new illuminated scuff plate or welcome plate with Venue written on it is also installed on the doors.
Other changes on the inside are the seats and the dash board. As this is the base variant, Venue gets fabric seats. The customer has opted for wine red colour and the material used is Japanese cloth which looks like leather. apart from the seats and headrests, They have also used the same material on dashboard, door pads, Steering wheel and gear lever as well.
Coming to the Exteriors, This Venue gets a chrome garnishes on the headlights, door handles, tail lights and even at the foglamps. A roof rail is also installed which is otherwise missing on the base variants of Venue. The headlamps have been changed to LEDs. it even gets new DRLs which is placed right next to the foglamps. At the rear a new reflector with Venue written on it also installed. The video also says that the owner of the vehicle had not opted for a couple of modifications like rear power windows, front grille and so on.
The Venue comes with three engine options. a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine producing of 82 Bhp and 114 Nm peak torque with only a 6-speed manual transmission. Next is the 1.4 liter diesel engine which produces 89 Bhp along with 220 Nm and gets automatic gearbox as an option. The most powerful engine powering the Venue is a 1.0-liter turbocharged engine that generates a maximum power of 118 Bhp and peak torque of 172 Nm. It gets an optional 7-speed DCT transmission along with the manual option.
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