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Spied testing: Hyundai Venue Facelift 2022

By Himanshu Walia | Published: 04 Jan' 22 | Updated: 14 Jan' 22

Hyundai Venue Facelift 2022

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In recent years, the sub-4-meter SUV market, which is one of the most successful auto segments, has seen fierce competition between manufacturers. The Hyundai  Venue was Launched in May 2019 with the primary goal of challenging the dominance of the Maruti Brezza. 


And it hasn't let them down, as the SUVs have routinely rated among the top three most popular sub-4-meter SUVs in the country. To keep the Venue from becoming stale in people's minds, Hyundai will release a Venue facelift version of the SUV the following year. 

Hyundai Venue facelift in 2022: the most significant changes 

Sightings of the test mule have indicated that the front grille has been modified of the Hyundai Venue Facelift 2022 model. It can be observed with the addition of new inserts. In terms of design, it's pretty similar to the current generation Hyundai Tucson, as well as the previously unveiled Hyundai Creta makeover. 


The front grille is entirely displayed in the most recent spy photographs, which are courtesy of MotorsJason.com. It is predicted that the majority of other exterior characteristics, such as projector headlamps, top-mounted LED daytime running lights, a visible air dam, a spherical fog lamp casing, and a faux skid plate, will remain unchanged from the present Hyundai Venue model. 


The current Hyundai Venue model's body-colored ORVMs with integrated turn signals, thick body cladding, pull-type door handles, blacked-out pillars, and other features are anticipated to be carried over to the next Hyundai Venue Facelift 2022 model. 


With the exception of a new set of alloy wheels, the side profile remains mostly unchanged as well. These are not inherently more sporty than existing ones, but they certainly have the appearance of being something new and exciting in the upcoming Hyundai venue 2022 Model. 


New alloys are significantly less complicated to design than the entangled, tough design format of older units. Despite this, they are incredibly attractive and beautiful. 


The rear of the Hyundai Venue facelift 2022 is equipped with redesigned LED taillights. In comparison to the very somber taillights that are used on the present model, these more contemporary units have a lot more zing. 


It is probable that the taillights will have an interconnected effect due to the use of a thin chrome strip or an LED strip between them. The 2022 Hyundai Venue makeover is also distinguished by a sportier double-barrel exhaust system. 


It is not known whether the Hyundai Venue 2022 redesign will include additional color options. Polar White, Typhoon Silver, Fiery Red, Denim Blue, and Titan Grey are some of the colors available right now. 


Titan Grey with Phantom Black Roof and Polar White with Phantom Black Roof are two of the dual-tone color options available for the Hyundai Venue Facelift 2022 model. 

Hyundai Venue facelift: what new features could be included?

Hyundai Venue Facelift 2022Image Source: motorjason 

The Hyundai Venue is already a well-equipped sport utility vehicle. Due to Hyundai's objective of delighting customers, the Hyundai Venue facelift 2022 may receive some additional improvements in the future. It is possible that additional networking functions and other high-tech features will be introduced. 


The Hyundai Venue is equipped with the BlueLink connectivity platform, which provides a variety of internet-connected smart features that are focused on safety, security, comfort, and convenience. 


In terms of hardware, it is unlikely that the Hyundai Venue facelift will receive any significant upgrades. Continue with the three engine options: a 1.5-liter diesel, 1.2-liter petrol, and a one-liter turbocharged petrol engine. 


A 5-speed manual transmission is available for the 1.2-liter petrol and 6-speed manual transmission is available for the 1.5-liter diesel engines. The turbo petrol is available with a 6-speed manual transmission, an iMT transmission, or a 7-speed DCT transmission. 


The safety equipment will be virtually the same as that seen in the current model year. The Hyundai Venue comes equipped with a number of important safety features, including electronic stability control (ESC), vehicle stability management, hill assist control, parking sensors with a camera, automated headlights, and a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS).