Hyundai Veloster Turbo
Expect a continuous stream of aftermarket parts for Hyundai sport models.
It's fun and stylish, but not quite a class leader.
The 2019 Hyundai Veloster is a revitalized version of a type of car many mainstream automakers are slowly giving up on entirely: the affordable sports car. Rivals like the Honda Civic Si and Volkswagen GTI spring to mind but, generally speaking, car companies crank out more and more SUVs and crossovers while this once thriving segment dwindles in numbers. That's too bad, because it takes only a few minutes behind the wheel to realize the crossover and SUV crowd are missing out on a lot of drivin
The 2019 Hyundai Veloster is completely new for its second generation, and it will be hitting dealers soon. And in Veloster Turbo form, it promises to be an interesting entry in the highly competitive affordable sporty car segment, one mostly populated by hot hatchbacks such as itself. The question of course is, can it stand up to the establishment, a group of vehicles including models with decades of history? Ahe
Hyundai's 2019 Veloster hatchback will start at $19,385 for the 2.0-liter with a manual transmission when it arrives at dealers in the coming weeks. It'll also be available in Turbo and R-Spec trim configurations, which start at $23,785 for a manual and top out at a $29,035 starting price for the Turbo Ultimate fitted with a dual-clutch transmission. All prices are inclusive of Hyundai's $885 f
The reveal must be near.
This appears to be a Veloster Turbo model.
Our best look yet at America's first N car.
Expect at least 250 horsepower from the hot hatch.
While Hyundai won't confirm anything, we're nearly certain it's a Veloster N.
It's tough to stand out next to a 1,040-horsepower Santa Fe.
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Hyundai has made a number of upgrades with the new Rally Edition, but there's still a lot to be desired from this turbo hatch.
Blood Type Racing converts a Hyundai Veloster Turbo R-Spec into a evil-looking hot hatch with over 500 horsepower for the 2015 SEMA Show.
The Hyundai Veloster lineup gets a little sweeter for 2016, with the addition of a seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission for the Turbo model, as well as a special Rally Edition, limited to just 1,200 units.
Hyundai has a slight revision ready for the Veloster in its South Korean home market. Along with some interior and exterior styling tweaks, the biggest change is a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox for the Turbo model.
The Veloster, Hyundai's funky, four-door hatchback, has been pulled from the British market after just three years on sale. The blame, as is usually the case in these circumstances, is being placed on slow sales. Auto Express reports that, much like it has in the United States, the Veloster has failed to resonate with both customers a
No matter how you look at it, the Hyundai Veloster is an odd duck. With the vehicle's weird door configuration and styling that kind of looks like a modernized Honda CRX, the model is certainly unlike anything else on the road today. Since spotting one testing earlier this year (pictured above),