Hyundai Venue Facelift with Santa-Fe design looks aggressive & sporty

Hyundai launched the all-new Venue in the Indian market last year. Following the ‘Fluidic Sculpture’ design language, the Venue looks quite sporty and aggressive in the segment. Well, since the launch of Hyundai Venue, the manufacturer has introduced the latest ‘Sensual Sportiness’ language that we will get to see in the all-new Elite i20. Here is a rendered image of the Hyundai Venue that shows how the car might look like when the facelift arrives in a few years. It follows the latest ‘Sensual Sportiness’ design.

Hyundai Venue Facelift with Santa-Fe design looks aggressive & sporty

The rendered image by OGDA front-end of the Hyundai Venue is heavily inspired by the all-new Santa Fe that has been revealed in the USA market. Even the current Hyundai Venue gets the split headlamp set-up and it is same in the Venue that has been rendered here. However, the headlamps have been updated with new-age design and it looks extremely good. The grille has become much larger than the current version of the Venue and it now also includes the headlamps, adding a masculine and larger look to the car.

Apart from that, the bumper of the Venue has been updated to match the overall look. In all, it looks very much different from the current Hyundai Venue and can as well be an inspiration for the facelift of the car.

It should be noted that Hyundai launches a facelifted version every 2-3 years after the introduction of an all-new product. Since Venue is quite popular and successful in the market, we may get to see the launch of the facelift in the coming few years and by then, Hyundai may introduce a new design, which may look very different from this rendered image. However, we do feel that this interaction of the Venue looks extremely good may even become the design of the N-Line, high-performance variant of the Venue, if that ever becomes a reality.

Facelifts are launched to keep the product fresh in the market. There are usually a couple of facelifts launched in the life of a product before it is replaced with an all-new vehicle. Hyundai recently launched the facelift version of the Verna in the Indian market, which also follows a lot of design changes to keep it fresh in the segment.

Earlier this year, Hyundai launched the all-new Aura based on the Grand i10 NIOS. The manufacturer also launched the all-new Creta to take on the likes of Kia Seltos in the Indian market. Hyundai currently plans to launch the facelifted version of the Tucson and will launch by the all-new Elite i20 by the end of this year. The South Korean manufacturer is also evaluating to launch the Palisade SUV in the Indian market.

Shantonil Nag

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