The first thing you’ll notice is the new imposing chrome grille and headlights upfront. Now, I’m generally not a fan of large swathes of chrome all over a car, but in the case of the Verna, it works. The dark-chrome front grille and new LED projector headlamps certainly add to its street presence. If you’d rather do away with all that chrome, the turbo variants get a blacked-out grille to give it a slightly more aggressive front end. From the side, you’ll see the new diamond-cut alloy wheels shod in 16-inch rubber. And out back, Hyundai took a ‘don’t fix what ain’t broken’ approach to the redesign, with only a reprofiled rear bumper. The turbo variants get an alternative bumper design that I quite like as well, and twin-tip mufflers to fill out the rear.
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