New Delhi. A shocking incident has come to light in Mumbai. A video is going viral on the internet in which Hyundai’s SUV Venue parked in the parking lot is suddenly seen drowning in a big hole. This video has been shared on Instagram. Everyone is surprised to see that. Interestingly, the size of the cistern filled with water in which this SUV is completely submerged, also does not exceed the exact width of the car. It is a matter of relief that no one was present in the car when this incident happened. The car went inside directly on the bonnet and the whole thing was completely submerged. Due to which major damage has been done to the car. Know that Hyundai Venue is promising products for Hyundai working in the compact SUV segment. is one of the. The car created a stir in the entire segment at the time of its launch, surpassing the sales of the flagship Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza on several occasions. Prices of the car start at Rs 6.92 Lakh and go up to Rs 11.77 Lakh (All prices ex-showroom).
The Venue is available with a choice of two petrol and one diesel engine option. The petrol variant will be available in 1.0-litre Kappa Turbo GDI and 1.2-litre Kappa trims, while the diesel variant is powered by the 1.4-litre U2 CRDi engine. The engine is mated to six-speed and five-speed manual transmissions apart from an in-house developed seven-speed, power-packed advanced DCT technology.
The incident is from Ghatkopar area of Mumbai.
In the viral video, the place where the car is seen drowning in water inside the ground is being told of Ghatkopar in Mumbai. This incident happened on Sunday i.e. June 13 morning. Nearby residents made a video of the entire incident, after which BMC and police officials reached the spot and got the water out of the pit.
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The car was burnt inside the well
According to the information, there used to be a 100-year-old well in the society, which was closed some time ago. Where people used to park their cars. About 50 feet deep, the RCC installed for the closure of this well weakened due to the incessant rains in Mumbai. This is the reason why she sank inside and the car got stuck in it.