Looks, Features , Comfort
No Sun Shades, Interior Quality
From the early days of the automobile, when cars were little more than horseless carriages, to the sleek, aerodynamic designs of modern vehicles, automotive design has come a long way. Like the 2023 Hyundai Verna; for instance, from its 1st-generation design language back in 2006, some 17 years ago, life took a full circle, and in its 6th generation, the Hyundai Verna looks like this a leaf drawn from the future. It has been touted as futuristic and ferocious by the folks at Hyundai, but the design language is polarising. Still, the fact is- I had rubbed my eyes in disbelief when I first saw it in pictures, and I continued rubbing my eyes in disbelief when I saw this in the flesh; it is actually beautifully sculpted.
Hyundai Verna in 2023 has definitely made the mid-size sedan segment very exciting. It's fun to drive, but I don't know if it's really ferocious. It is radical in design; chances are more of you will love it, and less of you will hate it. It does not have fog lamps, and window blinds would have been nicer, but it packs in level-2 ADAS and has a plethora of advanced safety features. It's aggressively priced, competing with the just-launched facelift Honda City, Skoda Slavia, and Volkswagen Virtus. It does raise the design bar and ticks in almost every feature expected from a sedan of its class, and for that, it deserves all your attention. You must take a test drive before you freeze your choice.