The next-generation Hyundai Verna is all set to be unveiled anytime now as the 2017 version of the premium sedan has been photographed in China, which reveals the car in production. Recalling the Beijing Motor Show that took place in April this year, Hyundai has introduced the Verna concept model showcasing the basic outline of the production ready variant.
The near-production form presented at the event though has cleared much of the details about the newbie, but, these new images show exactly what modifications have been done to the Hyundai's next much-awaited product. In exact terms, stuff like clusters, grille, bumpers, and wheels have been altered a bit to make the production lines clean and precise. Besides these minor repairs, the upcoming sedan hasn't changed much and stays identical to its previous concept.
As per the spyshots, the 2017 Hyundai Verna will be seen in two variants, namely, the entry-level variant with halogen headlights and small steel wheels, while the higher variant will feature daytime running lights, projector headlights, foglights, a sunroof, larger alloy wheels, tinted windows, and chrome door handles with keyless entry button.
Dimensionally, the sedan is scaled for 4,380mm long, 1,728mm wide, and 1,460mm tall. It is reported to get a longer wheelbase of 2,600mm (enhanced by 30mm than the predecessor). Verna's prominent rival- Honda City gets a wheelbase of 2600mm as well.
On the mechanical part, the forthcoming Verna is going to get a 1.4 and 1.6-litre petrol engines for the Chinese four-wheeler bazaar. Yielding a power of 100BHP and 123BHP, the engine is mated to six-speed manual as well as automatic transmissions.
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