Hyundai's N Performance division broke out of the starting gate with the i30 N in Australia, fitted exclusively with a six-speed manual transmission. Our first taste of a South Korean blue wonder will be the Veloster N launching later this year, and it also comes with that single gearbox. Hyundai executives told Australian site Car Advice an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission is on the way, but that it won't join the party until late 2019. That means we could see it in the Veloster around then
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Motorgraph reports that Hyundai's working on a Theta III engine for a mid-engined car, perhaps hinting at a mid-engined Veloster.
Hyundai introduces the 2019 Veloster, with massaged sheetmetal, a brand new interior, and more power for the base model.
The 2019 Hyundai Veloster and Veloster Turbo are here. Continuing the two-plus-one door layout, the Veloster features a few new upgrades including a new grille. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
The reveal must be near.
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This appears to be a Veloster Turbo model.
Our best look yet at America's first N car.
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Expect at least 250 horsepower from the hot hatch.
While Hyundai won't confirm anything, we're nearly certain it's a Veloster N.
Look for more than 200 horsepower from the N model.
The Veloster gets another chance to impress.
Hyundai brought its third Racing Midship prototype to the Busan Motor Show in South Korea, supposedly giving us a taste of N performance models to come.
The weak markets in China and Russia caused the first drop in Hyundai global deliveries since July, but the US market set a January volume record.