The 2020 Verna facelift was scheduled to be launch in March 2020, however, the company had to postpone its plans due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Hyundai Motors, South Korean automotive manufacturer has launched the upgraded version of the Verna on May 20 in India. Currently, the facelift version of the all-new Verna is being sold in the Russian auto market. In Russia, the Verna is known as the Solaris. The 2020 Verna facelift has new cosmetic features and interior updates. The company has also launched the next-gen Creta in the Indian automotive market. The 2020 Verna facelift is the company's third major launch the second-gen Hyundai Creta and after Hyundai Aura.
Bookings for the all-new Verna had started in March 2020 in India. Initially, the Verna facelift was scheduled to be launch in March 2020, however, the company had to postpone its plans due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. On the outside, the all-new Verna features LED headlamps, LED tail lamps with new graphics, a new bumper with a wide intake below the grille, triangular fog lamps, and sporty faux diffuser. The rear end gets a restyled bumper. The all-new Verna facelift is equipped with BS-VI compliant 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine.
The diesel variant is paired with a 6-speed torque converter transmission system whereas the petrol unit is paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) as an option. Moreover, the Verna facelift features a new touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, a digital instrument cluster, a redesigned central console, upgraded AC vents, and sunroof. The above-mentioned features will also be seen in the Hyundai Venue, second-gen Creta, and the Elantra facelift. The all-new Verna will compete against the BS-VI compliant Toyota Yaris, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento, as well as the next-gen Honda City in the country.