The Verna rivals the Honda City, Maruti Ciaz, Skoda Rapid and the Volkswagen Vento in the segment which boasts of premium features. These premium features will set the pace for the sedan to be competitive and ahead in the market.
Has Hyundai finally updated the much-required premium features in the next-generation Verna? Well, there are first-in-segment features which its rivals lack. Let us find out how the features of the Hyundai Verna sets it apart from its competitors.
Hands-Free Boot Release
The hands-free boot release feature is a segment first in the mid-size sedan segment, and it increases the comfort and convenience of the user. Wave your foot underneath the boot, and the door opens automatically.
Projector Fog Lamps
While we have seen and heard of projector headlamps, Hyundai has gone further and employed the projector lenses in the fog lamps. The projector fog lamps on the Hyundai Verna will help illuminate the road ahead better unlike the lights from the bulbs which scatter.
Hyundai has borrowed the cooled seats feature from its Elantra and has equipped it in the new Verna. The cooled seats are essentially a ventilated seats, and it sucks up air from the AC and blows it back to keep you cool. The feature is available only for the front seats and does not feature heating function.
Hyundai has equipped the new Verna with Eco Coating, which is a technology that eliminates odour from the AC, thereby increasing your comfort experience inside the cabin to a new level.
Apart from the first-in-segment features on the new-generation Verna, Hyundai has equipped the sedan with an electric sunroof as well, which the Verna missed the most.
The first-in-segment features on the new-generation Hyundai Verna have been well thought out by the company keeping the Indian buyer in mind. All the features are not just luxury but offer comfort and convenience as well.