Hyundai unveiled the facelifted Verna, and pre-launch bookings were also launched. While it would have been released in March, it is likely to be postponed owing to the global coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19). Nonetheless, Hyundai maintains online reservations for the facelifted Verna. It has also suspended its manufacturing facilities as a part of the government-mandated lockout until further notice. Now, sometime in April or even May, it is scheduled to begin.
The sedan is sold by Hyundai in four variants: S, S+, SX and SX(O). This will sell petrol engines for the S, SX, and SX(O) while the diesel engine will be available in models S+, SX, and SX(O). The facelifted Verna would get three BS6-compliant engines (1.5-liter of latest Creta petrol and diesel and a Venue turbo-petrol engine).
Machine-cut alloy wheels, LED headlamps and tail lamps, a semi-digital instrument cluster, ventilated front seats, wireless storage, and hands-free boot opening will be given to the facelifted Verna. Hyundai will also be selling the new wired BlueLink car software, a rear USB adapter, a sunroof and an Arkamys sound system.
The sedan would incorporate rear parking sensors in terms of protection, front seatbelt warning, speed alarm, ABS with EBD and up to six airbags.