Hyundai Veloster Reviews and Pictures

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One of the Hyundai models that most eagerly awaited finally officially introduced at the 2011 Detroit Motor Show. With Hyundai Veloster name, this model combines all the advantages of a sporty two-door coupe and hatchback practicality in a car. Offered with three doors, dual-clutch transmission and the latest telematics systems Hyundai, Blue Link, Veloster brings Hyundai to a new era.



Veloster using a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine with gasoline direct-injected technology alias directly in the spray gasoline directly into the combustion chamber which can generate up to 138 horsepower at 6.300 rpm transmissions and 123lb-ft of torque at 4850rpm spin. This engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission or the first dual-clutch transmissions from Hyundai. With the engine-transmission combination like this, promised Veloster efficiency can achieve 40mpg on the highway (17km/liter), a higher rate than rivals. Inside the Veloster take much inspiration from the Hyundai Elantra.

Dashaboard its very stylish design with a center stack that greatly influenced sport-bike. What distinguishes the Elantra is Veloster offers three doors, a traditional two-door coupe and a single small door behind the passenger seat for easy access to the second row seats.
Velosters equipped with telematics systems Blue Link that helps the driver such as crashes and vehicle diagnostic response to determine the condition of the car from a distance. Audio system equipped with a Pandora Internet Radio on a particular variant. Hyundai has not announced the price of new models, but Hyundai has been promising this model will be offered at very competitive when compared to the MINI Cooper, Honda CR-Z and Scion tC.