The Hyundai Verna has always been a symbol of futuristic design and ferocious performance. A digital automotive artist known as SRK Designs has taken it upon himself to re-imagine the sedan’s design, drawing inspiration from Hyundai’s own models and incorporating their own creative touch.
While retaining the car’s sporty allure, the artist has infused it with a new level of elegance and premium aesthetics. The most notable change is the artist’s decision to imagine the headlamps and daytime running lights (DRLs) in their traditional position, departing from the original model’s Horizon LED positioning. This alteration gives the sedan a classic yet modern look, creating a more refined visual appeal.
Furthermore, SRK Designs has opted for a simpler design on the side panels, replacing the sharp cuts found in the new model with cleaner lines. This subtle adjustment maintains the Verna’s sleek profile while adding a touch of sophistication. In his rendition, the artist has emphasized the sedan’s fastback design, which beautifully expresses its aerodynamic prowess.
The artist’s vision for the front of the new Verna is both toned-down and aggressive. The redesigned grille retains its iconic hexagonal shape but appears larger, exuding a commanding presence on the road. Additionally, the artist has added new multi-spoke machined alloy wheels that further enhance the Verna’s overall allure.
The new Hyundai comes with two engine options. The 1.5-liter Turbo GDi Petrol Engine delivers a maximum power of 160 PS @ 5500 rpm and a maximum torque of 253 Nm @ 1500 – 3500 rpm. Alternatively, the 1.5-liter MPi petrol engine offers a maximum power of 115 PS @ 6300 rpm and a maximum torque of 143.8 Nm @ 4500 rpm.
To cater to diverse driving preferences, Hyundai offers three transmission options for the Verna: a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT), a 6-speed manual transmission (MT), and an intelligent variable transmission (IVT).