The next-generation Hyundai Verna concept has been unveiled at the ongoing China auto show in Beijing, and is expected to launch in India by 2017.
From the design, it is clear Hyundai is following their current Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design philosophy with traditional character styling in the form of a wire mesh hexagonal grille and pulled-back headlamps.
However, the overall design of the Hyundai Verna concept is more sleek in contrast compared to the current fluidic desgin language.
Changes come in the form of stretched projector headlamps, redesigned bumper, and a stylish new alloy wheel.
Major highlights are in the rear design with a rakish C-pillar and a new wraparound LED tail lamp inspired from the Elite i20.
For now, the next-generation Verna is only in the concept stage and expect the production model to be a more toned down version.
Regarding engine specifications and performance, no details have been revealed yet. Stay tuned for more information.