India becomes the first country in the world to get the New gen Hyundai Verna
Launched earlier this week, deliveries of the new Verna sedan have officially started. Hyundai has set a high sales target for the 2023 Verna. Compared to the older Verna, which used to register about 1,500 to 2,000 units sales every month, with the new Verna Hyundai aims to double the sales numbers.
2023 Hyundai Verna First Owners Take Delivery
Some manufacturers launch a new car, and start deliveries months later. That is not the case here. Delivery of the new Verna has started immediately after launch. That is how it should be. What is the point of announcing launch if you cannot start delivery soon after.
First images of the new Verna in Tellurian Brown Colour have now been shared online, thanks to 48 AutoMobiles channel. This is one of the 7 monotone colours on offer with the new Verna, and it is simply looking gorgeous on this 1.5 turbo unit with black alloys and red brake calipers.
Verna 2023 exterior design elements include a wide front grille flanked by LED headlamps, an LED light bar across its front fascia along with L shaped LED tail lamps and LED light bar at the rear. The new Verna also sports a new front and rear bumper design and chrome finished door handles and lower window line while it rides on dual tone alloy wheels.
Matching its swank new exteriors, the cabin is also spruced up to match. It gets some segment first features with switchable infotainment and climate control along with heated and ventilated seats in the front. An electric sunroof, 10.25 inch HD audio video navigation system and digital cluster along with a Bose premium sound system with 8 speakers are also a part of its interior feature updates. The new Verna also gets a two spoke multifunction steering wheel, wireless charging automatic climate controls and dual tone upholstery.
Level 2 ADAS Features
When it comes to safety equipment, the company has ensured the entire package on the 2023 Hyundai Verna. The next gen Hyundai Verna comes in with a total of 6 airbags (Driver, Passenger, Curtain and Side) across all trims, automatic headlamps, lane change indicator, emergency stop sign, impact sensing auto door lock and seat belt reminder, all of which are offered as standard.
Top spec variants also receive added safety via Level 2 ADAS, setting a new benchmark in this segment. These include features such as forward collision warning, collision avoidance assist, blind spot collision warning, collision avoidance assist, lane keeping assist and lane departure warning.
It also includes driver attention warning, safe exit warning, cruise control, lane following assist, rear cross-traffic collision warning and collision avoidance assist. Hyundai has also included radars, sensors, and cameras on the front and rear for enhanced driver and passenger safety. Verna prices start from Rs 10.9 lakh and go all the way to Rs 17.38 lakh, ex-sh.