Next Gen Verna launched at KC Hyundai, Srinagar


Srinagar—The much awaited & most thrilling Sedan – The Next Gen Verna – was launched in India by Hyundai Motors India Ltd. Tuesday 22nd August 2017.

In Kashmir “The Next Gen Verna” was launched at KC Hyundai, Hyderpora, Srinagar by Mr. Iftikhar Ahmad – Vice President HDFC Bank, in presence of Tariq Mir – Media Partner of HMIL in Kashmir, Mr. G.Q.Wani – ED, Mr. Sohail Khan – GM, Mr. Asif Shah – DGM, Mr. Sheikh Ruhail – SM, Mr. Shabeer Ahmad Barati – Manager EDP, and a huge gathering of respectable bankers and esteemed customers and all staff during an impressive unvieling ceremony.

In the media briefing Sohail Khan said that with over 8.8 million customers globally, the Verna is one of the world’s most loved sedans. And now “The Next Gen Verna” is here to redefine what a modern sedan stands for. Its human-centric technology is what makes it truly intelligent by design, making it sporty yet elegant. Intelligent & intuitive technology adds unmatched ease to the drive with 7.0 Touch Screen Audio Video Navigation with 1PS Display, Hyundai iblue Smart Phone App., Voice Recognition Button on steering, Apple CarPlay Connectivity, Auto Link to stay connected with your car even from your home & monitor your car health, driving patter, manage parking & book a service request, Sohail Khan Said.

He said, “With a perfect balance of space & luxury, “The Next Gen Verna” is designed keeping both driver and passenger comfort in mind. Its first in segment features like front ventilated seats, sliding front arm rest, high quality fit and finish and attention to minute details like Eco Coating Technolony (fresh and oudour free air) complete your idea of a perfect drive.

The ex-showroom Delhi prices range between 7.99 lac and 12.61 lac as introductory for the first 20,000 customers. The ex-showroom price for Srinagar would be released by tomorrow.

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