The fellas over at The Straight Pipe got a preproduction Veloster N and drove the pants off of it to see how it sounds.
Motorgraph reports that Hyundai's working on a Theta III engine for a mid-engined car, perhaps hinting at a mid-engined Veloster. Continue reading Hyundai may be working on Theta III power for a mid-engine car Hyundai may be working on Theta III power for a mid-engine car originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 13 Feb 2018 09:55:00 EST. Show More Summary
BMW has M, Mercedes-Benz has AMG, Cadillac has V, Lexus has F, Volkswagen and Honda share R, and Hyundai now has ownership of the letter N for its performance sub-brand. The second-generation Hyundai Veloster, bowing for the 2019 model...Show More Summary
The new 2018 Hyundai Veloster made its global debut last week in Detroit, after months of spy photos and a short series of teaser images. As expected, the new Veloster will be offered in three main grades: 110kW/179Nm base models, 150kW/265Nm SR Turbo variants, and the top-shelf 205kW Veloster N hero model. The 2018 Veloster […]
Hyundai revealed its all-new 2019 Veloster Turbo and the Veloster’s high performance counterpart, the Veloster N, at the North American International Auto Show. As part of that debut, Hyundai also announced both cars will join the list of vehicles in Forza Motorsport 7 for Xbox and Windows 10. This is a rather interesting choice for […]
Usually when you think of Forza Motorsport 7, you think of exotic cars that look just as expensive as their price tag. However, there are many other manufacturers out there producing exciting vehicles which many gamers don't get to see. Show More Summary
Hyundai has pulled off the surprise of the 2018 Detroit auto show, introducing the first North American member of its N performance line. The most-powerful Veloster ever, the N’s stats read like an enthusiast’s dream—a turbocharged 275-horsepower 2.0-liter 4-cylinder sends power to the front wheels via a 6-speed manual...
Hyundai has brought forth a new generation for the Veloster coupe with an all-new 2019 model year design for the car alongside a turbocharged option and a new, high-performance model under Hyundai's N lineup. Also in Detroit is the Veloster...Show More Summary
This is but the first step in a future performance assault on the US market, and we welcome our new Korean overlords with open arms.
Hyundai's hottest hatch gets a major makeover for 2019.
The base Veloster might not set the world on fire, but its a vast improvement over the outgoing car.
The 2019 Veloster R-Spec gets a bunch of racy-looking visual changes over the Turbo because sometimes you just have to peacock.
The Korean 3-door hot hatch we deserve. With former BMW “M” boss Albert Biermann leading the charge, the Veloster N gets a 2.0L turbo-4 with 275 hp, 260 lb-ft. of torque, high-flow dual exhaust, a 6-speed rev-match manual, sport suspension and brakes, and a limited-slip diff.
Hyundai will follow Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz’s lead in creating sport model packs that can be optioned on standard variants to give a more focused appearance and feel. The Hyundai N Sport packages, as they will be most likely known, will offer an AMG-Line, S-line or M Sport-style enhancements that will see equipped vehicles upgraded […]
The new Hyundai Veloster just made its debut on the NAIAS 2018 show floor, but the first time we'll be able to drive one is in Forza Motorsport 7. Following a string of cars debuting in videogames (BMW M4 Coupe, Porsche 911 GT2 RS), the Veloster Turbo and Veloster N will come to Forza players tomorrow, well before the cars go on sale in Q2 2018. Show More Summary
Two doors on the right and one on the left -- some things never change
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Hyundai's chunky hatchback returns to the Motor City, debuting a new take on its asymmetrical design at the Detroit Auto Show.
Hyundai surprises the Detroit Auto Show with a 275-horsepower Veloster aimed squarely at our favorite hot hatches.