A recent spy video has managed to capture not one, but two new generation Hyundai Veloster models running around the Nürburgring – which is where the South Korean automaker has located its European development center.
And if we’re judging by the sounds presented by one of the prototypes – to be more precise the exhaust pops during shifts – we could be looking not only at the next generation Veloster, but also the N version, which should arrive co compliment the incoming high-performance range currently only made out of the i30 N. Interestingly, the two prototypes also sport different types of camouflage – one of them is tightly wrapped like a tuna sandwich and we can’t make up anything of the new styling. The other has the traditional mind-bending swirling camouflage pattern that arguably presents a lot more information.
The Veloster seems to handle the Green Hell quite well, with an aggressive exhaust tune to prove its worth to anyone willing to listen carefully. The new generation Veloster – Hyundai’s interesting and sporty hatchback – is expected to arrive with an evolutionary design with increased aggressiveness. The less-camouflaged Veloster is most likely the N version due to hints such as the bigger wheels, massive wing as well as prominent diffuser.