The all-new Hyundai Veloster utilizes a unique, asymmetrical three-door design aimed at maximizing comfort. The passenger experience is further heightened through Hyundai's advanced Blue Link telematics system, which offers Pandora internet radio capability, Gracenote display technology, a Bluetooth hands-free phone system and video game connectivity. Of course, the best seat in the cabin still belongs to the driver, who will have a blast piloting this peppy yet fuel-efficient sport coupe.
Our electrolyte green, manual-transmission-equipped tester zipped us around the city effortlessly, causing heads to turn wherever we went. Furthermore, we loved the comfort and contour of the sports-oriented, bucket-like seats. Offering good utility in a compact package, the Hyundai Veloster meets the demands of a wide range of drivers, from performance-minded twentysomethings to dads in need of a daily commuter. With its folding back row seats and rear hatch, the Veloster is also a great shopping companion, whether your errands take you to the grocery store or the hardware store. A six-speed dual-clutch transmission with paddle shifters is also available — although with a $1,250 price tag, you may want to stick with the manual. Look for even more power in the turbo version, coming soon to a showroom near you.
2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo A/T
2015 Hyundai Veloster R-Spec