The second generation of Creta, Verna and Tucson facelifts will be unveiled by Korean carmaker Hyundai at the2020 Auto Expo. The new Creta is set for sale in February while its introduction will begin in mid-March 2020, the new Verna and Tucson. At the biennial event itself, the organization will reveal the pricing of these two lifts.
The newly developed 1,5-liter four-cylinder BSVI petroleum engine that is normal to drive the Kia Seltos is being supplied to the Hyundai Verna facing rise. This BSVI compatible engine has a strength of 115bhp and a torque of 144Nm. A6-speed manual gearbox and a CVT automatic transmission alternative will be included. The new engine would replace the existing 99bhp and 123bhp BS4 1.4L and 1.6L gasoline engines.
The BSVI-compliant 1,5 liter diesel engine is also eligible for the Hyundai Verna Facelift. The 1.4L U2 CRDi and 1.6L CRDi diesel engines are being substituted by this generator. The new 1.5L diesel engine is powered by the Seltos with 115bhp and a torque of 250Nm. A 6-speed manual and an electronic torque converter may be included in transmissions.
The Verna facial boost will be changed substantially. A larger cascade hood, updated headlamps, and a redesigned front bumper will be included. The updated Sedan’s new LED headlights are equipped with 3 parts–the projection headlights, the parking lamp, and the turning indicator. On the rear, the sedan is completely new in style and tail-lamp. The boot is covered by a small LED bar, while the license plate is lower on the foot. The bumper features round, vertical reflectors and a retro diffuser in double tones.
Within the cabin, the Hyundai Verna is powered by Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a bigger 8-inch touchscreen app system. The BlueLink wired vehicle system will also be applied to the sedan. A wireless instrument screen will be designed for the next model Hyundai Verna.