South Korean automaker Hyundai recently launched the new Grand i10 Nios and the updated Aura sedan in India. Earlier, Hyundai had launched Hyundai Venue Facelift (Hyundai Venue Facelift) in the Indian market in June last year. Now the company is working on its 2023 variant. The carmaker updated the sub-4-metre SUV last year which included design updates and the N-Line version. But the update that is due for 2023 will be an updated engine with new features.
For 2023, Hyundai will update the Venue with 4 airbags as standard like the Grand i10. Hyundai may offer the customers an upgrade to 6 airbags on any variant as an optional extra.
Apart from this important feature, the next big update will be in the form of engine. Hyundai will continue to offer a diesel engine in the new Venue, however, it will be the same unit that is used in the Creta. Hyundai will update the Creta’s engine to meet the upcoming RDE norms, and the same engine will be used in the Venue as well.
updated diesel engine
The updated diesel engine will be a 1.5-litre unit that generates 113 bhp power and 250 Nm torque. The existing 99 bhp power generating engine will be replaced in the Venue. But it will only have a manual gearbox. The engine will also get a new start/stop function along with the Integrated Starter Generator (ISG) system.
These engines will also be available
Apart from this, the Venue is expected to continue with the 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine and the 1.0-litre turbocharged engine with similar power outputs. Apart from these two major changes, the Venue is not expected to get any design updates as the SUV was introduced last year with a refreshed look.