New-gen Hyundai Verna rear revealed

New-gen Hyundai Verna rear revealed


Hyundai Motor India is all set to launch the new-gen Verna in the Indian market next month. Recently, the brand has revealed the render design images of the 2023 Verna, now the rear section of the sedan has been leaked online from a commercial ad shot in South Korea.
Internationally sold as the Hyundai Accent, the first look of the production-spec Verna sedan has been revealed. The brand has already commenced the bookings of the 2023 Hyundai Verna at a token amount of Rs 25,000.
New-gen Hyundai Verna rear gets a retro futuristic cocktail
Spy shots of the 2023 Hyundai Verna show the tail-lamp design, featuring a connected LED light bar and two vertical extensions on both sides. Similar to the Hyundai Aura and Grand i10 facelift, the upcoming Verna gets a 2D iteration of Hyundai logo that is positioned above the taillight.
As seen in the spy shots, the rear bumper gets a body-coloured faux skid plate and sharp cuts and creases. We expect the India-spec Verna to get the same layout.

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New-gen Hyundai Verna: Specs
Similar to the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Kia Carens, the new-gen Hyundai Verna will make use of a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine, generating 160 hp power and comes paired with a six-speed manual or seven-speed DCT automatic transmission.
Other engine option will be a 1.5-litre NA petrol engine that produces 115 hp power and mated with a six-speed manual or CVT transmission. Hyundai will offer the 2023 Hyundai Creta with RDE and E20 compliant engines.
New-gen Hyundai Verna: Variants and pricing
The new-gen Verna will be offered in four trims – EX, S, SX and SX (O) variants. The 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine will be available in top-spec variants, while the 1.5-litre NA petrol engine will be offered in standard trims. We expect the 2023 Hyundai Verna price to cost a premium of around Rs 1 lakh over the old-gen model.

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