SUV means sports utility vehicles and the initial SUVs in the market were only known for their off-road performance. Cars like Mahindra Thar in the present Indian car market are the only few options still available if you want genuine SUV experience. Newly launched segment like micro/mini/mid/sub-compact SUV segment are called SUVs only for their size and other cosmetic features. However, all the above segments have become quite popular and also occupied place in the top-selling car segments in India. Find out below about Hyundai Venue transformed into an rugged offroad machine.
More about the Rendering
We have already shared many articles about genuine modifications made to a lot of cars. Today however we will be taking a different route and focus on digitally modified Hyundai Venue. None of the sub-4m compact SUVs available in the Indian market gets a 4WD system. The sub-compact SUV segment has about 6+ competitors as of now, but none of the vehicles can take on serious offroading. They do give you the added advantage of better ground clearance and enhanced ride height.
The fenders of the Hyundai Venue get black plastic inserts which adds width to the SUV and makes it look even more aggressive. The ground clearance also has increased and the Venue, in its off-road avatar now rides on aftermarket off-road spec rims with heavy-duty off-road spec tires. Additional protection has been installed on the sides to keep the running board safe from any stone hit too.
There is a sleek LED stripe at the front that can prove to be extremely helpful during the night trails. While the extra number of auxiliary lamps can add extra light to the paths, the Venue also gets a roof carrier, and roof-carrier mounted tent that can be unfolded to make space for the night. Jerry cans for additional fuel can also be attached to the rear of the car. The Rendered Hyundai Venue looks quite similar to the upcoming Maruti Jimny in its offroad avatar. More about Hyundai Venue transformed into an Offroad Machine below.
More about Hyundai Venue
Hyundai Venue costs between Rs. 6.75 lakh and Rs.11.65 lakh. It comes in 19 variant and 3 engine options. Both manual and automatic transmission is present with the car. The Hyundai Venue was also the first car in India to get the iMT transmission. For its price, it is performing quite well and has remained one of Hyundai’s best sellers. Tata Nexon, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Mahindra XUV300, Kia Sonet and Nissan Magnite are some of the rivals of the SUV in its segment.
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