Hyundai Venue Adventure Edition: What it'll look like


Hyundai recently launched the Venue Facelift in the Indian market. The manufacturer already has more than 21,000 bookings of the recently launched compact SUV. The Venue now does come with quite a bit of exterior as well as interior changes. Here, we have an Adventure Edition of the Venue.

Hyundai Venue Adventure Edition: What it’ll look like

The rendering is done by GenX Designs and the images are shared on their Instagram page. It is important to note that Hyundai has not announced that they will be doing an Adventure Edition or a hard-core off-road version.

In the rendering, we can see that the Venue is now finished in a metallic green paint shade. The Venue is now equipped with a lift kit to increase the ground clearance. There are off-road spec tyres and different wheels.

Hyundai Venue Adventure Edition: What it’ll look like

On the sides, there are different side sills that have “Adventure” written on them. There is a rugged black plastic cladding that adds to the SUV look. A jerry can is mounted on the C-pillar and a cycle carrier is placed on the roof. We can see that the cycle carrier is being used.

There are additional amber lights placed on the windshield. The front is now equipped with a bullbar that will protect the SUV from tree branches and bushes. There are two red tow hooks also placed that might come in handy if the compact SUV breaks down.

2022 Hyundai Venue

Hyundai Venue Adventure Edition: What it’ll look like

The Venue has been redesigned for the 2022 model year. It now gets a revised front fascia and a redesigned rear too. Up-front there is Hyundai’s new parametric grille that we will also see on the upcoming Tucson. On the sides, there are new alloy wheels. At the rear, there are new split LED tail lamps that are connected via a light bar.

The cabin is updated with a new digital instrument cluster that is taken from the Kia Carens but it has been redesigned for the Venue. There is a new steering wheel as well. It is a D-cut unit with a flat-bottom design that we have seen on the Creta.

Hyundai Venue Adventure Edition: What it’ll look like

The infotainment system still measures 8-inches but has been updated with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, firmware upgrades over OTA and sounds of nature. It also supports Bluelink-connected car technology. The system can also take commands through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Hyundai has also added features to the Venue. It now gets a four-way adjustable driver seat, ambient lighting, Bose Sound System, front ventilated seats and a two-step adjustable rear seat.

Hyundai Venue Adventure Edition: What it’ll look like

The manufacturer has made no changes to the engine and transmission options of the Venue. It still is offered with three engines. There is 1.0-litre turbo petrol, 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. Hyundai has also added three drive modes. There is Eco, Normal and Sport.

The turbo petrol is offered with a 6-speed iMT or a 7-speed DSG with paddle shifters. The diesel engine gets a 6-speed manual gearbox whereas the naturally aspirated engine gets a 5-speed manual gearbox.


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