SRINAGAR Arise Hyundai, the Valley’s leading Hyundai Dealer, Wednesday launched Indias first fully Connected SUV Hyundai VENUE. The Hyundai VENUE has been designed to offer Solid Road Presence, Refreshing Driving Experience and Seamless Connectivity with Hyundai Blue Link.
The Car Unveiling is done by Mr.Shabir Ahmad Cluster Head JK Bank Srinagar & Rafiq Ahmad Shah Branch Manager BP Batamaloo. In presence of Directors of Sheyrub Agencies Mohammad Sidiq Beigh,Mohammad Ismaiel Beigh,Managing Directors of Arise Hyundai Sajad Beigh,.Omar Ismaiel, .Altaf Hussain Beigh and General Manger Arise Hyundai .Owais Bhatt.
Speaking at the launch of Hyundai VENUE, Sajad Beigh, MD & CEO, Arise Hyundai said, We are extremely delighted with the Launch of Hyundai VENUE in Srinagar. VENUE will be Indias First fully Connected SUV equipped with Hyundai’s global Blue Link Connected Technology. Equipped with many first and best in segment with connectivity features, Hyundai VENUE will become a personal sanctuary for their customers. We are sure Hyundai VENUE will create a new benchmark in the segment and demonstrate Hyundais unwavering promise of offering the highest quality and feature rich products to the customers.
VENUE Key Development Direction Solid Presence, Refreshing Driving Experience and Seamless Connectivity
Designed for Smart Young Progressive Indian Customers
Connected to Excitement with Blue Link Technology
33 new connected features; 10 India specific features demonstrating strong understanding and commitment to India
Engine Options Kappa 1.0 Turbo GDi Petrol, 1.2 Petrol, 1.4 Diesel
Transmission Introduction of 7-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission
Strong Body Structure with 69% Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) + High Strength Steel (HSS)
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