Hyundai Venue sales cross the 300,000 mark

The car maker positioned the car as India’s first connected SUV, featuring Advanced Bluelink connected car technology.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 26 May 2022 Views icon4169 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Hyundai Venue sales cross the 300,000 mark

Hyundai Motor India’s Venue sales have crossed the 300,000 mark since its launch in 2019.  Tarun Garg, Director (Sales, Marketing & Service), Hyundai said, "The success of Hyundai Venue is proof of customer love for our hi-tech and feature packed product offerings.“

The company positioned the car as India’s first connected SUV, featuring Advanced Bluelink connected car technology. With a host of 33 connected car features at its launch in 2019, the company said the Venue was an instant hit amongst customers. Since its launch, nearly 18 percent of the total sales of the Venue have been sold with Advanced Bluelink connected car technology. 

While Hyundai sold over 250,000 SUVs in 2021, the Venue contributed to more than 42 percent of the Korean company’s 2021 tally with a total of 1,08,000 units sold. The car had a market share of 16.9 percent in its segment. In FY2022, the company sold 105,091 units of the SUV of which 80,000 and odd were petrol.

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