Next-gen Hyundai Verna snapped in China, gets rear AC vents – Spied

Posted on: Jan 5, 2016 - 12:59pm IST

Expected to debut later this year.

Spyshots of the next generation Hyundai Verna have emerged in China via ifeng. The model seems to feature a subtly revised exterior, featuring the Fluidic Sculpture v2.0 design language, and a noticeably revamped interior.

2016 Hyundai Verna front quarter spied
The exterior of the 2016 Hyundai Verna would look a lot like the current model.

Despite the heavy camouflage, the publication reports that the new Verna does not get a brand new exterior design. The car is said to look familiar to the current model, and the side profile is said to be nearly identical to the current Verna, save for the inclusion of the rear quarter glass.

The interior of the new Verna is where the most number of enhancements are expected to be seen. One of them is the rear AC vent that has become a common feature in the cars in its segment. Other changes would include a new seat upholstery, revised cabin trims, optimised instrument cluster and an upgraded infotainment system likely with an in-built navigation system.

2016 Hyundai Verna rear quarter spied
The next-gen Verna is expected to continue using the same powertrains as the existing version, paired to the new 7-speed dual clutch gearbox.

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Reports also say that the 2016 Hyundai Verna would be offered with the same set of powertrains with minor improvements. Transmission choices would include manual units as well as the new 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (automatic) in place of the 4-speed and the 6-speed conventional AT systems.

2016 Hyundai Verna – Spyshot Gallery

[Spyshots: Auto Ifeng]

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