Hyundai revealed some details of the next-gen Hyundai Verna, and it is expected to be launched on 21 March. Hyundai Verna is sold as the Hyundai Accent, in the global market including America, UAE and South Korea. We’ve got the rear part spy shot of Hyundai Verna that confirms the connected LED bar and the unique tail lamp.
2023 Hyundai Verna Rear Looks
Next-Gen Verna spy shot seen in South Korea during the TVC ad shoot, Verna is known as Accent in South Korea that’s why you’ve seen the badge of Accent in this spy shot.
Next-Gen Verna is fully transformed into modern Verna, new tail-lamps get vertical extension in both the side and a unique reverse lamp to be housed below the tail-lamps.
A futuristic rear design language of Verna consists of a connected LED bar that gets dotted like arrangement and the part above the tail-lamp there is a big Hyundai logo same as seen on Grand i10 Nios and new Aura.
2023 Hyundai Verna Engine – No Diesel
There is sad news for the diesel lovers because the next-gen Verna does not offer a diesel engine. Hyundai discontinued diesel Verna due to the RDE norms. 2023 Hyundai Verna is powered by two petrol engines – 1.5 L naturally aspirated and 1.5 L turbo engine.
A 1.5 L naturally aspirated engine is paired with 6 speed manual and a CVT gearbox and a 1.5 L turbo petrol engine is paired with 6 speed manual and 7 speed DCT gearbox.
2023 Hyundai Verna Launched
Hyundai confirms that the Verna launched on 21st March with four variants including EX, S, SX and SX (O). We expect that the top variant SX and SX (O) comes with 1.5 L turbo petrol engine and 1.5 L naturally aspirated engine is available in lower variants.
Hyundai has opened the booking of next-gen Verna at Rs 25,000. Hyundai will sell the new Verna in 7 single tone and 2 dual-tone paint options. Hyundai confirms that there are 3 new paint options including Atlas white, Abyss black, Tellurian brown.
New Verna is loaded with full of features, the top variants of Verna comes with new ADAS features. What do you think about the 2023 Hyundai Verna? Let us know about in the comment sections.