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Stardust is one of the colours on offer.
Venue in Typhoon Silver likely to be a popular choice.
Lava Orange can be had with a blacked-out roof.
Venue in Polar White with Phantom Black roof pictured here.
There are three distinct cabin colour themes on offer.
8.0-inch screen also serves as display for reverse camera.
The Venue sports Hyundai's latest design language.
A relatively low roof means the Venue doesn't look as large as rivals.
Hyundai's trademark 'cascading' grille is the focal point up front.
Rear 3/4 angle links Venue most to Carlino concept.
Keyless entry and push button start are part of the equipment.
Venues sunroof sure to be a big draw for buyers.
Diamond-cut alloys sport distinctive design.
Split headlamp arrangement could split opinion.
Rear AC vents a welcome feature.
Instruments feature sizeable MID screen.
You sit at a nice height in the Venue.
Front armrest a welcome inclusion on top-spec Venues.
Gear lever gets upmarket silver surround.
Funky detailing on Venue tail lights.
1.0-litre GDI turbo-petrol is the engine of most interest.
Interior space is not class-leading.
Connectivity functions are one of the highlights on the Venue.
350-litre boot is well shaped.
Here's how the Venue compares with rivals on price.
The Venue's front-end shares many design cues with larger Hyundai SUVs.
It resembles the Hyundai Creta in silhouette.
Squared tail-lamps get LED inserts.
Hyundai's cascading grille design is prominent.
Dual headlight setup looks very new age.
The new 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine makes 120hp and 172Nm of torque.
Chunky climate control switches.
There are storage spaces aplenty in the Venue cabin.
Rear seats get adjustable neck restraints for three passengers.
8.0-inch infotainment screen supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
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