Officially presented during the 2011 Detroit Auto Show, the Hyundai Veloster can easily be named a hot-hatch, having a great opportunity to give birth to the three-door coupe.
Besides having an exterior design which is so appealing that you can put a stick in it and eat it like an ice cream, the Veloster is equipped with some interesting Korean features, like the integrated communication and multimedia system, with internet connectivity and being compatible with smartphones.
Blue Link comes with the Assurance package, which benefits from the Automatic Crash Notification (AC), SOS Emergency Assistance or Enhanced Road Assistance. Gadget freaks will probably like that the car’s engine can be started by using smartphones or even the internet with the Blue Link system.
The Veloster is powered by the smallest Hyundai engine to use Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI), the all-new Gamma 1.6 liter four-cylinder, which is delivering an impressive 138 horsepower, mated to a standard six-speed manual transmission, with the six-speed dual-clutch (DCT) version as an option.
But besides talking about its equipment, engine or technologies, we should better talk about its latest commercial which was banned from television. Or let’s not talk about that, let’s hit the play button and sit back. You can watch the video below.