Its new projector headlamps now come with cornering lamps and LED daytime running lights. Notice Hyundai's latest ‘Cascading Grille’.
Its nose dives in, which in turn pushes its face further down with a relatively elongated bonnet. Don’t miss the sweeping coupe-like roofline which is similar to the older version.
Check out the new 5-spoke 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.
Packs projector fog lamps, which are also offered in its D-Segment sibling, the Hyundai Elantra.
The 2017 Verna has a larger footprint than before. The new sedan is 65mm longer and 29mm wider than before. The wheelbase has grown by 30mm too. Changes in a go: a low-slung silhouette with a relatively wider profile.
Hyundai Elite i20 and Elantra-inspired new sleek, wraparound LED tail lamps.
The sporty looking dual-tone bumper reduces some of the visual bulk from the rear.
Segment-first smart trunk: Be within the trunk’s proximity with the key in your pocket and the car will flash its blinkers thrice and voila, the boot lid will pop open!
Segment-first ventilated front seats: Directs air through the seat onto the occupant for increased comfort, especially on long journeys (the Verna has three blower settings).
Hyundai’s latest 7.0-inch infotainment system with an IPS wide angle display featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with MirrorLink. What else do you get? An Android app-based remote control for passengers and Arkamys sound tuning with a 6-speaker system.
Dual-tone (black and beige) theme as before. The addition of a sunroof makes the cabin look airy!
A total of 6-airbags like the earlier model (dual-airbags are standard across the range).