At first that might sound a bit strange, but the upcoming Hyundai Venue prepares to take on the city while still giving you the capability you need to handle rougher terrain whenever necessary. Coming soon to Alfano’s Torrington Hyundai, the all-new Venue promises to be a versatile SUV for your daily life.

An eight-inch touchscreen display puts all of your entertainment controls within easy reach, and you can even take advantage of built-in navigation to help you get to parts of Hartford or Bristol, CT you haven’t yet explored.

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto help you keep connected to your smartphone without needing to pick up, as it mirrors your phone calls, messages, contacts, music, and maps to the infotainment display for easy access.

Two-tone color options help you make a statement and customize your Hyundai Venue to your tastes. By balancing color with a neutral tone, you’ll not only stand out from the crowd, but you can take extra pride in your choice of colors.

Advanced safety features help you stay out of trouble no matter how congested the road ahead of you becomes.

Forward collision avoidance assist uses a radar and camera system to scan the road ahead of you for potential hazards. Whether it’s a stopped vehicle or a wayward pedestrian, you’ll be warned of the potential impact so you can take action to avoid it. And if you don’t react in time, automatic braking takes over to help reduce, and in some cases prevent, the impact.

After a long day of working and commuting, you can be excused for being a bit drowsy at the end of the day. However, becoming too sleepy can be dangerous, and the Hyundai Venue will warn you if that seems to be the case. By monitoring your typical driving habits, you’ll be warned if you’re suddenly making lots of corrections or relying on the lane-keep assist too often so you can pull over and get some rest before continuing your travels.

The blind spot collision warning and rear cross traffic alert help you better understand what’s behind you both while driving and while in a parking lot. On the highway you’re informed of vehicles in adjacent lanes, while in a parking lot you’ll be warned of approaching traffic as you reverse out of a parking space.

You can check out the 2020 Hyundai Venue at our dealership later this year. Contact us today to stay updated on its release and to be the first one to take it for a test drive!

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