File photo of a logo of Hyundai Motor on a sedan covered with snow at a shipping yard in Pyeongtaek
File photo of a logo of Hyundai Motor on a sedan covered with snow at a shipping yard in PyeongtaekReuters

 It is no secret that Hyundai is preparing to bring the facelifted Verna to India, and the car is already out on the road for testing. Now a fresh batch of spy shots of Verna facelift has hit the web, revealing the interior details of the car.

The new images of Verna facelift have been posted by Rushlane. From the latest images, there is nothing much one can pull out, but the report suggests that the Verna facelift will accommodate a 7-inch touchscreen navigation.

Expected to reach the Indian market sometime next year, Hyundai Verna facelift, which is also known as Solaris in Russia and China market, is likely to get a price tag in the range of ₹7.30 lakh to ₹11.50 lakh.

From the previous pictures, it appears that the upcoming Verna facelift is likely to host changes both in the front and rear sides. The car is likely to flaunt a new front fascia with new grille and reworked headlamps and the rear end profile of the Verna is likely to see changes in terms of its new LED tail lamps. While the cabin of the facelifted Verna is likely to remain the same there seems to be new alloy wheels on the cards. 

As for the engines, Verna facelift is expected to draw power from the same 1.4-litre diesel and petrol engines and 1.6-litre diesel and petrol engines, with a five-speed manual gearbox for petrol and a six-speed manual for diesel. There are also chances that the new Verna could come mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. When launched, Verna will rival Honda City, VW Vento, and Maruti Ciaz in India.

Hyundai is also expected to launch a new crossover based on its Elite i20 model. Dubbed Elite i20 cross, the crossover is likely to get power from Elite i20's 1.2 litre petrol engine and 1.4 litre CRDi diesel motor.