The new 2020 Hyundai Venue will slot below the Kona to become the brand's smallest and least-expensive SUV.
The Venue features a platform and powertrain derived from the company's subcompact Accent.
At just 159-inches long overall, the Venue is poised to be the smallest crossover SUV offered in 2020.
The Venue features a 1.6-liter four-cylinder and mandatory front-wheel drive.
Output is rated at 121 horsepower at 6,300 rpm and 113 pound-feet of torque at 4,500 rpm.
Like all recent Hyundai SUVs, Venue's daytime running lamps act as eyebrows for the main headlights.
Venue offers 18.7 cubic feet with the rear seatbacks up, expanding to just 31.9 with them folded.
An 8-inch touchscreen is standard, as is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.
Front seats are plenty roomy despite the vehicle's tightly snubbed footprint.
LED main headlamps will be optional on up-level SEL models.
The Venue's exaggerated hexagonal grille and glowering headlamps make it look larger and more athletic than it actually is.
Interestingly, Hyundai says it expects the Venue to compete not just against models like the Nissan Kicks and Kia Soul, but also square off against used cars.
The Venue will feature a number of optional Advanced Driver Assistance Features, but others like forward collision avoidance assist, lane keep assist and driver attention monitor will come standard.
Like other Hyundai models, the Venue will be covered by a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty.
Like its Kona big brother, the Venue has 6.7 inches of ground clearance.
This up-level model rides on 17-inch tires. 15-inch units are standard on the base SE grade.
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