2022 Hyundai Venue Pricing Announced in May – Report

Launched in 2019, the Hyundai Venue subcompact SUV is doing well in terms of sales for the South Korean automaker in the country. Now the company is ready to give it a mid-life update next month (i.e. May 2022). It should be noted that the official launch date and details of the new Hyundai Venue 2022 facelift have yet to be revealed by the automaker. The updated model is currently in its final testing phase and has been filmed several times. Spy images and videos confirm a few design changes that will be made to the SUV.

Speaking of cosmetic changes, the new Venue will feature a new “Parametric Dynamics” grille borrowed from the next-gen Tucson. The same unit will be seen on the upcoming Hyundai Creta facelift this is planned for the second half of 2022. Up front, the subcompact SUV is likely to get revised split LED headlights and bumpers. The side profile should remain more or less similar to the existing model, except for the newly designed alloy wheels.

The new 2022 Hyundai Venue will have a completely revised rear section including new L-shaped taillights with integrated LED elements extending to the tailgate, false skid plate and updated bumper with new inserts . Interior details of the new 2022 Hyundai Venue facelift are not available. However, the vehicle is likely to receive new seat upholstery and a new interior theme along with a bunch of new features.

Mechanically, the new Venue should remain unchanged. Similar to the current model, the new one will be available with 83hp, 1.2L naturally aspirated, 120hp, 1.0L turbo petrol and 100hp, 1.5L diesel engine options. Transmissions will also carry over from the existing model range. The 1.2L petrol engine will come with a 5-speed manual gearbox, the 1.0L turbo petrol and 1.5L diesel units will get a 6-speed manual transmission. The turbo-petrol engine will also be offered with iMT clutchless manual and 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmissions.

Source – Coach


2022 Hyundai Venue Pricing Announced in May – Report




Abdul J. Gaspar