Updated On: 6 October 2020 Bunny Punia
We Indians have a craze for SUVs and dark or all-black editions are something that have gone down well with buyers. Tata Motors was the first one to introduce such a version with the Harrier Dark edition and Jeep followed soon with the Compass Night Eagle model. Ford recently launched the Endeavour Sport (all-black) edition and hence we thought of bringing you a render of how the Hyundai Venue Dark Edition could look like. If you like this one, head over to our Whatsapp Group to share your opinion with other car fans.
For the render base, we picked the top end Venue model that comes with great alloy wheels as well. However, there isn't a black color in the option list yet though the updated Venue comes with an optional Titan Grey color (seen below) - this dark shade does look good but there are lighter elements around including red and chrome inserts. Hence, our team member got down to converting the stock Venue into an all-black one and the result is what you in this article.
As you can see, we have given the 'dark' effect to various body elements like grille, fog lamp surrounds, front and rear skid plates, roof rails and even the alloy wheels as well. All these changes do end up making the Hyundai Venue look way cooler than how it looks in other shades. If Hyundai does end up launching the all black version, even as a limited run, we are sure buyers will consume the inventory within days. As is the case with any other all black version, even the Hyundai Venue Dark Edition, if launched, would carry a premium of Rs 20000-40000 over the normal version!
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