Hyundai Venue Turbo modified to look like Sport variant

Hyundai Venue is one of the popular sub-4 meter compact SUVs in the segment. It is a highly competitive segment and almost every manufacturer in India has at least one product in this segment. Hyundai Venue competes with cars like Maruti Brezza, Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 in the segment. Last year, Hyundai introduced a new Sport variant of Hyundai Venue which sits above the regular top-end model. Here we have a video that shows how a vlogger got his Hyundai Venue top-end DCT modified to look like a Sport variant.

The video has been uploaded by Mr.Autoshifter on their YouTube channel. Vlogger shows all the changes that he made to his Venue to make it look like a Sport variant. It is actually a sportier looking version of Venue with red accents at places.

The owner starts by showing the changes on the side profile of the car. Hyundia Venue Sport comes with red coloured accents on the wheel arch cladding and the vlogger also did the same thing. The red colour reflector tape has been installed on all four wheel arches. Even the roof rail now gets a red accent on it.

Vlogger then moves to the front of the SUV where he had done more changes to the car. He is using the top-end variant which comes with chrome front grille and it looks like vlogger is not a great fan of chrome on his cars. He can be heard saying that the chrome on the front grille was looking very odd so he got it blacked out. A Red accent is seen on the front grille as well just like the original Sport variant.

Hyundai Venue Turbo modified to look like Sport variant

The bonnet and the roof already had vinyl strips on them. The lower part of the bumper also got Red stickers which gave it a uniform look. Other than the changes made to the exterior, vlogger also added red accents to the steering wheel of the car to give it a sportier look. Other than this, no major modifications have been made to the Venue.

Hyundai Venue is a popular compact SUV and is available in variety of engine and transmission options. There is a 1.2 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine, 1.5 litre, turbocharged diesel engine and a 1.0 litre, three cylinder turbocharged petrol engine. The sport trim is available with SX, SX+, SX(O) trims with 1.0 litre turbo petrol engine and the 1.5 litre diesel.

The 1.2 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine is available with a manual gearbox and generates 83 Ps and 113 Nm of torque. The 1.5 litre turbo diesel generates 100 Ps and 240 Nm of peak torque. It comes with a manual gearbox only. The 1.0 litre turbo petrol engine generates 120 Ps and 172 Nm of peak torque and comes with 6-speed manual, iMT and DCT gearbox options.

Hyundai recently unveiled the facelift for their popular SUV Creta at the GIIAS 2021. The front fascia of the SUV has been revised and it looks a lot more premium and similar to what we have seen in all-new Tucson and their premium SUV Palisade. The facelifted version will make it way to Indian shores probably next year.