The South Korean based carmaker Hyundai has officially pulled the wraps off the body of the Veloster Turbo facelift, on its home market, as the model will go on sale soon.
Rumors on Hyundai pulling the plug on the Veloster and Veloster Turbo in the near future will not apparently confirm because the car manufacturer has officially pulled the wraps off a facelifted version of the Veloster Turbo. The model in question is apparently already available for order, in South Korea, but this is logical, considering the fact that it is put together over there, so if you are looking towards such a model on the Old Continent, or in other parts of the world, chances are Hyundai will be offering it over there too.
The 2016 Hyundai Veloster Turbo facelift is coming with several styling tweaks, which are basically minor, including the updated front grille, the different headlight graphics, the revised fog lights, the new alloy wheel designs or the new sport seats available in the cabin in three color finishes, as the company is stating. An engine sound equalizer has been also equipped onto the car as this is allowing drivers to choose from six engine sounds. Hyundai says that the facelifted version of the Veloster Turbo will be offered with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, the same one which was introduced on the i30 Turbo, which is working together with the 204 HP (150 kW) 1.6 liter T-GDi turbocharged engine.
Source: Korean Car Blog