Hyundai introduced its cutting edge three-door 2012 Hyundai Veloster coupe in a world premiere at the 2011 North American International Auto. The Veloster 2012 offers innovation for compact coupe segment with a single door, the third rear seat easily accessible, Hyundai Blue Link telematics system, Pandora Internet Radio with seven-inch touch screen and a new 1.6-liter four-cylinder direct injection coupled to the transmission of the first dual-clutch Hyundai.
Hyundai Veloster unique design is inspired by a high performance sports motorcycle. Veloster has a distinctive black pillars that give the glass a motorcycle helmet visor appearance. In the front is an aggressive form of the network from hexagonal ball signing campaign detail Hyundai, Hyundai and unique signature LED lights up. Optional packages add a chrome grille, piano black highlights, fog lights and a massive panoramic sunroof.
Hyundai's profile Veloster features "Fluidic Sculpture" character lines, muscular wheel arches, door handles and mirrors bodycolor, and the headlights and taillights envelop. Hyundai Veloster comes standard with alloy wheels of 17 inches and offers two 18-inch wheels. The top of the line 18-inch wheel comes with painted inserts, a first segment.
Hyundai Veloster dynamics behind the design has a distinctive glass door, two chrome exhaust tips and black lower fascia focus that complements the assertive front fascia. Inside the center console and controls are similar to a fuel tank of motor sport and a willingness to incorporate push button. Vents are inspired by motorcycle tailpipes, while the floor console mirrors the seat of a bicycle. Metal accents abound in the cabin. Aluminum pedals and a leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob are also available.
Hyundai Veloster 3-door coupe combines style and performance sedan, at the same time also includes the passenger side door. In the past, some have used small coupe rear-hinged rear doors. These coupes have always been compromised by the need to open the door before the driver's side rear door can be opened, will prove difficult, as the driver and passenger, and extremely difficult to operate in difficult parking. Hyundai fresh are here to do a traditional hinged door on the passenger side Hyundai Veloster, a safe and easy access to rear seats surprisingly spacious. The passenger side rear door handle is hidden to maintain the coupe design.
The new 2012 Hyundai Veloster is both more practical and more adventurous than the typical sports coupe-dotted, outside, which is an unusual three-door type has a driver side door larger and two smaller doors on the passenger side.
Below, Veloster borrow some of its base by the Elantra sedan, still new, are the suspension to give a more agile, secure feeling of winding, even if we are not crazy about the control. Power is 138 hp Veloster, 1.6-liter four-cylinder, combined with the new six-speed manual or six-speed dual clutch automatic back up to 40 mpg on the highway. This installation is the Achilles 'heel' is that it simply lacks the torque at low revs, leading to a rather nice feeling to be stopped. Your engine revs, however, and the attitude of the car really benefits.
Hyundai Veloster has priced low enough and involved enough standard features causing serious disruptions in the markets for small businesses that sell sports coupes. With a base price of $ 18 060, the Veloster includes a standard USB / iPod interface, RCA inputs, Bluetooth handsfree technology, Gracenote music and screen that allows you to request music with voice commands. After Hyundai BlueLink services is also included in a trial subscription, and options include a large panoramic sunroof, a navigation system, tires a day, and an output of 115 volts.