Hyundai Venue Knight edition launched at Rs 10 lakh

    The Venue Knight edition is available solely with petrol powertrains.

    Published On Aug 18, 2023 12:55:00 PM

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    Hyundai has launched the Venue Knight edition in India priced between Rs 10 lakh-13.48 lakh. However, this isn't the first special edition for the compact SUV; Hyundai had introduced a Flux edition a few years back exclusive to the South Korean market.

    Hyundai Venue Knight Edition Price and Variants
    VariantPrice
    1.2-litre S(O) Knight MTRs 10 lakh
    1.2-litre SX Knight MTRs 11.26 lakh
    1.2-litre SX Knight MT Dual ToneRs 11.41 lakh
    1.0-litre SX(O) Knight MTRs 12.65 lakh
    1.0-litre SX(O) Knight MT Dual ToneRs 12.80 lakh
    1.0-litre SX(O) Knight DCTRs 13.33 lakh
    1.0-litre SX(O) Knight DCT Dual ToneRs 13.48 lakh
     
    1. Venue Knight edition does not get mechanical changes
    2. Equipped with a dashcam like the Venue N Line
    3. Second Hyundai model to get the Knight edition

    Hyundai Venue Knight edition: what’s new 

    The Knight edition does not get any mechanical changes, and sticks to just cosmetic updates. On the outside, the Venue gets blacked-out elements that include the front grille, roof rails, alloy wheels, wing mirrors and even front and rear skid plates. To make the paint scheme stand out, the company has also added brass-coloured inserts on the bumpers, alloy wheels and roof rails with the front brake calipers painted red. Logos all over the car get a ‘dark chrome’ treatment, and the car gets a 'Knight' emblem, like on the Creta Knight edition.

    The Knight edition of the Venue is available with a choice of four monotone colours – black, white, grey and red. Also on offer is a dual-tone paint option of red and black.

    On the inside, the Knight edition continues with an all-black upholstery and brass highlights. New additions to the Venue include a dashcam and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. The dashcam is a dual-camera setup, which is already available on the Venue N Line.

    Hyundai Venue Knight edition engine and gearbox 

    The Knight Edition is available only on the petrol powertrains of the Venue. This includes an 83hp, 114Nm, 1.2-litre engine mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox on the S(O) and SX variants, and a 120hp, 172Nm, 1.0-litre turbo-petrol in the SX(O) variant with either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed DCT. The Knight Edition also brings back the manual gearbox with the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine on the Venue.

    Hyundai Venue Knight edition: rivals and new generation

    The Hyundai Venue is a compact SUV and rivals the Kia SonetMahindra XUV300Tata Nexon and the slightly larger Maruti Suzuki Brezza.

    As we reported recently, Hyundai will introduce the second-gen Venue in India in 2025 and it will be the first Hyundai to roll out from the recently acquired Talegaon plant.

    Also see: 

    Hyundai Creta, Alcazar Adventure editions launched

    Next-gen Hyundai Venue to debut in 2025

    Hyundai acquires GM Talegaon plant

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