Next-gen Hyundai Venue & Grand i10 Nios launch timeline details

Hyundai India is gearing up for significant growth with new models and substantial investments. The automaker plans to introduce an array of new products, including a Bayon-based crossover and an Inster-based EV. Additionally, Hyundai will be updating key models such as the Venue and Grand i10 Nios by 2027. Here’s a closer look at the timeline for these next-generation models:

Next-Gen Hyundai Venue: Expected Late 2025

The Hyundai Venue, initially launched in 2019 and refreshed with a facelift in June 2022, will see its next-generation version by late 2025. The upcoming Venue will be the first model manufactured at Hyundai’s new Talegaon factory, acquired from General Motors in 2023, with production set to begin in October 2025.

While the next-gen Venue is expected to retain its current platform and powertrain options, it will feature a completely new design, likely influenced by newer Hyundai SUVs like the Creta and Alcazar. The model will come with enhanced features, and Hyundai is expected to continue offering diesel variants in this compact segment.

Next-Gen Hyundai Grand i10 Nios: Expected Late 2027

The next-generation Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, internally codenamed Ai4, is scheduled to debut by late 2027. The current second-generation model, launched in 2019 and updated in 2023, will receive minor updates until the new model arrives.

Despite a declining hatchback segment, Hyundai remains committed to the Grand i10 Nios, aiming to compete with rivals like the Swift, which recently regained popularity. The next-gen Grand i10 Nios will likely lead to updates for the Aura and Exter, which share its underpinnings.

Electric Versions and Future Prospects

Hyundai is also exploring electric versions of both the Grand i10 Nios and the Venue, although these projects are still in the exploratory phase. Meanwhile, Hyundai plans to focus on the mass-market EV segment with an Inster-based EV expected by late 2026.

These strategic updates and new models are part of Hyundai’s broader plan to solidify its presence and accelerate growth in the Indian market.

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