Hyundai had recently launched a breath-taking SUV, ‘Venus’. The SUV has turned out to be the best-selling model in August.
Venus comes under the compact SUV category which has outsold the various other popular SUV such as Maruti Vitara Brezza and the Hyundai Creta.
Hyundai had produced a total of 9,585 units of Venus in August which makes It stand at the very first position.
The Korean Automaker, Hyundai had launched Venus on May 21st, 2019 and the SUV had recorded a total of 50,000+ pre-order in just 60 days.
Hyundai’s Venus Design:
Venus is considered to be the first-ever connected SUV of the country. It has come up with some very unique and added features such as:
1. Hyundai offers a compact SUV with 6 airbags for safety. Along with that, it gives electronic control stability, the stability of the vehicle, headlamps with an automatic, rear parking camera.
2. It comes with a Blue Link connected car technology which uses internet connectivity via an eSIM (from Vodafone Idea) which in turn helps in tracking various vehicles telematics.
Hyundai’s Venus comes in a whopping 10 colour option which are Deep Forest, Denim Blue, Denim Blue/Polar White, Fiery Red, Lava Orange, Lava Orange/Phantom Black, Polar White, Polar White/Phantom Black, Star Dust and Typhoon Silver.
This becomes the first car in the country to provide its customers with a huge plethora of colour options.
Hyundai’s Venus Price:
The Hyundai’s best seller Model, Venus Compact SUV’s price is estimated to be costing between Rs 7 Lakhs to 11 Lakhs. (introductory, ex-showroom India).
The lowest model costing for about 7 Lakhs and the highest model which will be offering various features will be costing for about 11 Lakhs on road. However, the price depends on the state and the type of model.
Hyundai’s Venue: Engine
Hyundai’s Venus is available in 3 main options, which are:
a) a 1.2-litre petrol
b) a 1.4-litre diesel
c) a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol
The turbocharged engine is promisingly capable of producing a total of 118bhp of power and 172Nm of torque.
The engine comes with a transmission option which includes a 5-speed manual and a 7-speed DCT.
However, Hyundai has recently announced that the company will be replacing the 1.4 litres diesel engine with the all-new 1.5-litre engine which has been powering the competitive of Venue, ‘Kia Seltos’.