Hyundai isn't letting anyone drive the Veloster yet, but like proud parents, they are more than willing to show us around the car, from top to bottom, and take us for an extensive drive around the block – as passengers.
You know what's scary? Autonomous cars. What's scarier? An autonomous car that can lap Laguna Seca at eight-tenths and post sub-two minute lap times all day long.
A faster, more powerful version of the Rapide? Count us in. Sources expect to find the 510-horsepower V12 from the DBS to find its way under the hood.
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