The Hyundai Venue is an entry-level choice if you want to get into the crossover / SUV craze. It has a starting price of $ 17,250 and caps at $ 23,270, making it an attractive proposition for those looking for a little driving height but don’t want a massive car. It is relatively small, even smaller than the Kona and is the smallest crossover in the Hyundai line-up.
One of his selling points is his funky style that appeals to a younger set of car buyers. The retro square design elements, the contrasting colors and the grid grid make the Venue stand out from Hyundai’s crossover range.
In South Korea, however, Hyundai offers the Venue a new level of finish that stands out even more from the rest of the range. Called Venue Flux, the new variant launches a hot-stamped front grille that doesn’t require the same thing as normal Venues. With the hot stamping process involved, the new grille features a complex design reminiscent of the more luxurious brands.
The fascia for the new Venue Flux, however, somehow aligns the original crossover with the rest of Hyundais. From its funky style, the added complexity of the new grille exudes class, but that doesn’t mean that the playful color options are removed from the image.
It should be noted that the site feed depicted on the Hyundai website in South Korea carries the acid yellow / gray color combination. If this sounds familiar, it’s because it’s similar to the one we drove in Australia last year. So yes, acid yellow (green) accents as well as rocker panels and other strong points that distinguish this place, inside and out.
Updates to the new Venue Flux are purely cosmetic, however, expect the 1.6L engine to power the crossover.
For now, the Hyundai Venue Flux is only available in South Korea. There is no information on its future availability in the United States.