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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Veloster

First introduced in 2011 at the Detroit Auto Show, the Hyundai Veloster initially hit the scene as a replacement for the Hyundai Tiburon, the FWD 2+2 coupe built between 1996 and 2008. By contrast, the Veloster changed it up with a funky hatchback profile and 2+1 door layout (one on the driver’s side, two on the passenger’s side). In a segment filled to the brim with hard-hitting, well-established competition, the Veloster is a bit of an upstart, shaking things up with a unique attitude that still manages to make fun-behind-the-wheel a top priority. Throughout its life cycle, we’ve seen a wide variety of custom takes on the Veloster, but now, Hyundai is offering up a whole new second generation. Once again making its debuts at the Detroit Auto Show, the latest 2019 model year brings with it a variety of models and trim levels, including the base model, and the mid-grade Turbo and R-Spec models. There’s even a go-faster N version if that happens to be more your speed (check out our full review on the 2019 Hyundai Veloster N). Just as it was before, the new Veloster once again aims at catching the eye of enthusiasts, with a focus on making the whole package more engaging, both in terms of aesthetics and in terms of the driving experience. The latest model year also comes with a good bit upgraded infotainment stuff as well.

But will the Veloster’s sophomore effort be enough to topple equally enticing offerings from the likes of Mazda, Honda, or Ford? Read on for the details.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2019 Hyundai Veloster.

Exterior

  • Sharper exterior styling
  • 2+1 body style
  • Functional air curtains and aero enhancements
  • LED lighting
  • 7 paint options
  • Available two-tone scheme with black roof

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“Hyundai decided to pen up a new design, employing a joint effort between Hyundai's designers in Irvine, California, and its designers in Seoul, South Korea. The end result is more aggressive and head-turning than the first-gen model.”

While the 2019 Hyundai Veloster looks newer and sharper than the model that came before it, the styling basics are more or less unchanged. For example, it still offers an asymmetric two-door hatchback body style with a subtle third door added to the passenger’s side. Think of it kinda like a 2+1 body style, with a 2+2 interior.

However, to help it look and feel like the second generation that it is, Hyundai decided to pen up a new design, employing a joint effort between Hyundai’s designers in Irvine, California, and its designers in Seoul, South Korea. The end result is more aggressive and head-turning than the first-gen model, so let’s dive into the specifics.

Up front, we find a larger hexagonal grille, with sharper creases and an expanded upper section. The grille comes with a cool 3D aesthetic, and uses a black diamond-patterned insert to ward off any wayward pieces of the terrain. The lower bits incorporate functional air curtains, which not only help to increase the front-end aero efficiency, but also look great, with multiple layers stacked on one another in a manner that reminds us of a race-spec splitter. The lowest section is finished in a matte black color.


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“The lower bits incorporate functional air curtains, which not only help to increase the front-end aero efficiency, but also look great, with multiple layers stacked on one another in a manner that reminds us of a race-spec splitter.”

A little higher up we have the headlights, which get LEDs for the primary lighting element and the daytime running lights. The housings also look simpler in their shape, with down-turned creases rather than the check-mark shape of the older generation. The older fog lights are gone this time around, replaced with black block-off plates in the corners. Even the hood looks meaner, now arriving with a set of character lines that help increase the car’s sense of forward motion.

Moving around into the 2019 Veloster’s profile, and you’ll notice that the fender flares are now larger than before, with the increased dimensions adding a little extra visual beefiness to the car’s stance. The cowl point and A-pillar were also moved towards the rear, connecting with the hood line and belt line to create a more cohesive look. While subtle, those profile character lines look good on the hatch, especially with the lowered roof line. The side skirts lead the eye rearwards and into the rear fenders, enhancing the taut appearance even more. In the corners, customers can get theirs with optional 18-inch alloy wheels.

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“The first-generation Hyundai Veloster (pictured on the left) is simpler and rounder in its design, where as the second-generation (pictured right) is more aggressive and sharper. And we like that – it's a move that works well for the segment.”

Step around to the rear of the Veloster, and you’ll find a more technical, detail-heavy design than the first generation. The
first thing that jumps out is the integrated diffuser, which sits prominently at the lower edge of the bumper, complementing the front bumper well. In the middle of the diffuser is the exhaust, with a single outlet used for the base model 2.0-liter and a dual set-up for the Turbo and R-Spec models. Chrome plating is used to add extra bling factor. The taillights wrap around from the rear fenders and get a sweeping set of Y-shaped graphics, plus the option for LED lighting.

Topping it off is a solid selection of exterior paint options, including Ultra Black, Chalk White, Sonic Silver, Thunder Gray, Sunset Orange, Racing Red, and Space Gray. You can also option in a black roof treatment for that two-tone appearance, if desired (we definitely recommend it!).

Interior

  • 2+2 seating arrangement
  • Horizontal dash layout replaces older vertical set-up
  • Checkered background for the gauge cluster
  • Contrasting stitching elements in the upholstery
  • Cloth, cloth and leather, or all-leather options
  • Intake and exhaust sound enhancement feature

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“With the exterior of the Veloster looking a good deal sharper this time around, the interior also gets a redesign that makes it a lot more desirable.”

With the exterior of the Veloster looking a good deal sharper this time around, the interior also gets a redesign that makes it a lot more desirable. While the older model’s 2+2 seating layout is retained, the dash now employs a complementary asymmetric design that emphasizes the driver’s position by placing additional buttons closer to that side of the cockpit. The steering wheel was updated, and now looks smaller and a bit oblong thanks to a much shorter center spoke and lower center line. There’s still nice hand bolsters at the 10 and 2 o’clock positions, and the air vents are horizontal, rather than vertical like the first gen.

The center console is also more horizontal now, and no longer set in a “vee” shape like the outgoing model. There’s a two-tier button scheme, with the lower half employed for the climate control and upper portion used for infotainment. The infotainment screen is placed in an upright position on the top of the dash. The gauges look new as well, with a slick checkered background enhancing the car’s sporting intentions.

Go for the the Turbo Ultimate model, and you’ll get a contrasting color scheme that helps to isolate the driver’s position. Further unique colors, materials, and other interior features can be had depending on the trim level picked. In particular we like the red offset against the black in the Turbo model – definitely understated, but effective nonetheless.


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“All models also get Active Sound Design, which supposedly enhances intake and ehxust noises for a more engaging experience. It's a bit like cheating, but don't worry Hyundai – we won't tell anyone.”

Interior materials include either cloth, cloth and leather, or all leather, depending on the trim and options picked. All models also get Active Sound Design, which “enhances intake and exhaust powertrain sound character inside the cabin for a more visceral driving experience, especially during spirited driving.” It’s a bit like cheating, but don’t worry Hyundai – we won’t tell anyone.

Heading the list of updates for the 2019 model year is a wide selection of fresh infotainment and greater connectivity features. Standard spec tosses in the usual goodies, such as AM, FM, and MP3 support, plus a host of auxiliary inputs. Controlling it all is a standard 7.0-inch LCD infotainment screen, but buyers can opt into the 8.0-inch “floating screen” for a little extra outlay. These come with a multi-touch screen plus menu swipe function for easier operation, and offer a good deal of smartphone support as well. There’s Apple Siri Eyes Free for iPhone users, plus the full Apple CarPlay system and Android Auto as well. SiriusXM radio and HD Radio are also part of the package, as is the next-gen Blue Link with LTE connectivity. This comes with three years of complimentary service, offering up features like Remote Start with Climate Control, Remote Door lock and unlock, Car Finder, Enhanced Roadside Assistance, and Stolen Vehicle Recovery. Blue Link also integrates with your smartwatch for those ultimate James Bond vibes.

The 2019 Veloster is also offered with an optional navigation screen and real-time traffic info, an optional Infinity audio system with eight speakers (including a subwoofer and Clari-Fi sound processing), and an optional Qi wireless charging. That last bit will even send you a notice when your phone is fully charged, plus it’ll remind you to grab it before exiting the vehicle.


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“One of the coolest extras has to be the optional heads-up display, which pops out of the dash as soon as you push a button next the steering wheel. The HUD displays the current road speed, navigation directions, assist system status, and audio system info.”

One of the coolest extras has to be the optional heads-up display, which
pops out of the dash as soon as you push a button next the steering wheel. The HUD displays the current road speed, navigation directions, assist system status (more on the assists in a second), and audio system info. It’ll also adapt to whatever your chosen drive mode may be, with Sport mode offering a focus on performance stuff like engine rpm, road speed, and current transmission gear. Once you’re done with the HUD, push a button, and it’ll recede back into the dash and out of view.

As is tradition for all new cars, the 2019 Veloster comes with a broad selection of safety systems, with features like standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, which utilizes a forward-facing camera that can detect a collision before it happens and automatically apply the brakes to lessen the impact, or avoid the collision all together. The camera also provides the Veloster with features like lane-keep assist, high-beam assist, and driver attention warning.

Hyundai also equipped it with a radar system, which enables further safety and convenience features like a blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic collision warning, and adaptive cruise control.

Finally, all models get a standard rear-view camera with dynamic guidelines, and a six-airbag protection system in case you really bin it.

Drivetrain

  • Base model gets 147-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder
  • Higher trims get 201-horsepower turbo 1.6-liter four-cylinder
  • 1.6-liter comes with overboost function
  • Transmission options include six-speed manual, six-speed auto, and seven-speed DCT
  • Multiple drive modes

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“Delve into the reshaped nose on the 2019 Veloster, and you'll find a few tweaked engine bits to help it perform, both in terms of speed and in terms of efficiency”

Delve into the reshaped nose on the 2019 Veloster, and you’ll find a few tweaked engine bits to help it perform, both in terms of speed and in terms of efficiency. The base model tosses the old model’s 1.6-liter four-banger with a new a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with Atkinson-cycle. Dubbed the Nu 2.0-liter, this unit produces a maximum of 147 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 132 pound-feet of torque at 4,500 rpm, besting the outgoing model’s rather paltry 132 ponies. Standout features for the Nu 2.0-liter include Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing, an electronic throttle, variable induction, and a new anti-friction cylinder coating material. Go for this powerplant, and you can pair it with either a six-speed manual gearbox or a six-speed automatic.

If a little less than 150 horses just won’t cut the mustard for ya, you can option up to the much more exciting Gamma 1.6-liter turbo four-cylinder engine. Thanks to direct injection and extra atmosphere stuffed into its cylinders, this zippy little ’four makes as much as 201 horsepower at 6,000 rpm (matching the old turbo’s peak power level) and 195 pound-feet of torque at 1,500 rpm. And despite its forced induction aspiration, it also takes regular fuel, prompting Hyundai to claim a best-in-class specific output (125.6 horsepower per liter). There’s even an overboost function that adds a smidgen of extra twist, pumping it up to 202 pound-feet. That’s not a lot, but hey – overboost is always a pretty cool function, don’tcha think?


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“If less than 150 horses doesn't do it for ya, you can option up to the 1.6-liter turbo four-cylinder engine. Thanks to direct injection and extra atmosphere stuffed into its cylinders, this zippy little 'four makes as much as 201 horsepower.”

If you decide to go for the turbo, the transmission options include either a six-speed manual with three pedals, or a seven-speed dual-clutch unit with steering wheel paddle shifters. It should be noted that the dual-clutch transmission option offers a “direct connection” for greater efficiency and “uninterrupted torque transfer” while upshifting, plus a Hillstart Assist Control for easier driving on steep inclines. No more handbrake trick for you.

To make the most of what its got, the Veloster offers pilots a variety of driving modes. These include such self-explanatory titles as Normal, Sport, and Smart, and the different software affects settings for the engine, transmission, and steering.

Finally, if you’re looking for the fastest Veloster on the block, you’ll wanna go with the 275-horsepower N model. Check out our full review here.

Chassis And Handling

  • Four-wheel independent suspension set-up
  • Torque Vector Control as standard
  • Manual transmission will get you 18-inch alloys wrapped in summer rubber
  • Motor-drive electric power steering
  • Quicker steering ratio higher in the line

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“While having a solid amount of go under the hood is always welcome in a sporty little hatchback, it's far more important to have the proper suspension bits in the corners to make the most of it.”

While having a solid amount of go under the hood is always welcome in a sporty little hatchback, it’s far more important to have the proper suspension bits in the corners to make the most of it. To that end, the Hyundai Veloster Turbo model gets a MacPherson strut suspension in front, which includes coils springs, gas shocks, and a stabilizer bar sized at 24 mm. Meanwhile, the rear gets an independent multi-link with a 19 mm stabilizer bar, plus gas shocks.

All models get Torque Vectoring Control, which is an active electronic assistance program that detects wheel slippage via an array of individual wheel sensors. After slippage is detected, the system then applies braking force as needed to the inside front wheel, while also increasing power to the outside wheel, thus enhancing cornering prowess in the process.


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“Go for the Turbo model, and you'll get revised calibration and a faster ratio for extra response when wheeling around in the bends.”

Further turn assist is made by the motor-driven electric power steering system, which gets adjustable electric assist depending on the “driving conditions.” Go for the Turbo model, and you’ll get revised calibration and a faster ratio for extra response when wheeling around in the bends. Opt into the manual transmission, and Hyundai will mount 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4 summer tires.

Rounding it off is the usual lineup of safety systems, such as Vehicle Stability Management and Electronic Stability Control. There’s also four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, brake assist, and electronic brake force distribution.

Prices


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Production for the 2019 Hyundai Veloster kicks off in March of this year, with the latest models slated to roll off the line at Hyundai’s plant in Ulsan, South Korea. Look for availability in the U.S. market by the second quarter of 2018.

As for pricing, Hyundai has yet to divulge exact numbers, but we expect a starting figure a little under $20,000, given the current model starts at $18,100.

Competition

Honda Civic Coupe


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While slightly less aggressive than the race-tastic Hyundai Veloster, the Civic still manages to bring the goods in the fun department. The suspension tuning finds a sweet spot between comfort and corner-carving, while myriad engine choices offer up to 180 horsepower and 174 pound-feet of torque in the 1.5-liter Sport model. FWD is standard, while transmission options include both a manual and a CVT. You can also get yours in a variety of different body styles, including a coupe, sedan, or hatchback. Pricing starts at a Hyundai-matching $18,840.

Read our full review on the 2017 Honda Civic Coupe.

Mazda3


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Matching FWD agility with an affordable price tag and hatchback practicality is a specialty of the Mazda3, and it shows as soon as you start giving it a little extra gusto in the corners. It all starts with that zoom-zoom-style independent suspension, while engine options include 155 horses from a 2.0-liter ’four in the base model, or 184 horses from a 2.5-liter ’four in the higher trims. Outside is the head-turning good looks of Mazda’s Kodo design language, while the interior is composed of a variety of top-shelf materials. Pricing starts at $18,095.

Read our full review on the 2016-2018 Mazda3.

Conclusion


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Truth be told, we here at TopSpeed love a good hot hatchback, and it would appear as though the 2019 Hyundai Veloster ticks all the important boxes in our list of requirements. We think the new design looks great, offering an aggressive, super-sharp style that’s just right for the segment. We also really like the three-door body style, and the large wheel options as well. The interior equipment is nice, and although the layout is a little too subtle and the 2+2 passenger seating is a bit cramped, it gets the job done all the same. Performance-wise, the Veloster makes it happen with solid suspension bits and the available 200-horsepower powertrain spec.

That said, there are more practical and more refined options on the table, and the Veloster still has some proving to do in the long-run. This is a segment filled with well-established nameplates, and up against the likes of Honda or Mazda, Hyundai is still cementing its position.

Not that it’s a bad choice – quite the opposite, actually. If you’re in the market for a fun, attractive, sporty hatchback, then this is definitely one worthy of checking out.

  • Leave it
    • * More refinement offered elsewhere in the segment
    • * Interior might get a bit cramped with more than 2 passengers
    • * Wouldn’t you rather spring for the go-faster N model?

References

Hyundai Veloster


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Read our full review on the 2019 Hyundai Veloster N.


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Read our full review on the 2016 Hyundai Veloster.


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Read more Detroit Auto Show news.


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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Veloster N Isn’t Interested in Nurburgring Titles

The Hyundai Veloster N was a surprise attendee at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. A lot of people weren’t expecting to see it but were thankful anyway when they did.
As the second model to get the N performance treatment, the Veloster N is a lot of things. It’s fast, engaging, and a lot of fun to drive. One thing it isn’t, though, is record-breaking. It’s not breaking any lap records at the Nurburgring because it wasn’t developed to do so. That strategy was intentional because, in Hyundai’s eyes, Nurburgring lap records are “a waste of time.”


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“"We developed it for driving fun, for nice challenging mountain roads or a tiny challenging race track"”

If history has shown us anything, it’s that there are more than enough ways to determine the essence of “fun” when driving a hot hatchback. Some automakers prefer record-breaking speed on the track. Some automakers prefer a more laid-back hot hatch that’s more suitable on the open road.

Based on what Hyundai’s saying, the Veloster N fits more into the latter category. “Driving enjoyment is the whole point of an N car,” Albert Biermann, president and head of Performance Development and High-Performance Vehicle Division, Hyundai Motor Group, told Road and Track. “We developed it for driving fun, for nice challenging mountain roads or a tiny challenging race track. We don’t care about lap times. If you’re going for lap times, the aero settings are different, the suspension setting is different. It’s faster for a professional driver, but it’s not as enjoyable. We don’t care for that. We want many people to enjoy this N experience, people who might not have driven a sporty car before.”

Biermann’s position is valid because the pursuit of record lap times at the ‘Ring is just one aspect of a hot hatch’s appeal. It doesn’t define what the car is capable of when it’s out on the streets or on challenging mountain roads. So in lieu of turning the Veloster N into a Nurburgring conqueror, Hyundai opted to put its focus on giving the hot hatch top-shelf dynamic responsiveness, the kind that makes it easy for customers to play with the car in any type of setting.


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“As alluring as a lap record in the world’s most famous race track sounds, it doesn't define what a hot hatchback should be.”

Some people may not like Hyundai’s approach with the Veloster N, but it is good to see a company that isn’t blinded by the mystique of a Nurburgring lap record. It shows that Hyundai is thinking of bigger and more important things to give to its new hot hatch. As alluring as a lap record in the world’s most famous race track sounds, it doesn’t define what a hot hatchback should be. Drivability, engagement, and enjoyment do.

These aspects can be seen on the road, away from stopwatches and onboard videos. This is where Hyundai put its focus in developing the Veloster N. It’s the absolute right call to make because it sends a statement to the business that there’s more to the Veloster N than the glitz and glamour of a Nurburgring lap record.

References

Hyundai Veloster


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Hyundai Veloster Brings N Performance to U.S. for 2019!


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Hyundai Veloster Gets Much-Needed Redesign, but What’s with the Lancer Evo Face?


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Read more Detroit Auto Show news.


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PostHeaderIcon You Can Already Drive The Cool Hyundai Veloster N in Forza Motorsport 7

Unveiled at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show, the Hyundai Veloster N is the first high-performance vehicle that the Korean brand will bring to the U.S. But it won’t become available in American showrooms until the fourth quarter of 2018. However, you can already drive the beefed-up hatchback, alongside the Veloster Turbo model, in Forza Motorsport 7 starting January 16.


“Both cars have joined the official roster of drivable vehicles in the game for Xbox and Windows 10 as part of a free downloadable content pack”

Both cars have joined the official roster of drivable vehicles in the game for Xbox and Windows 10 as part of a free downloadable content pack. As with all cars in Forza Motorsport 7, once the Veloster N is in your garage, you can customize it with new wheels, powertrain and suspension upgrades, bespoke tunes, and unique paint schemes and racing liveries. Additional Veloster-related in-game features, including Rivals events, will be unveiled in the future.

Unveiled at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show, the Veloster N follows in the footsteps of the i30 N with aerodynamic and design upgrades on the outside and a new engine under the hood. The Hatchback packs a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 275 horsepower and 260 pound-feet and uses a six-speed manual transmission, a fully independent suspension, and a performance braking system. The non-N version gets a 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle unit with 147 horsepower and 132 pound-feet in base guise and the previous 2.0-liter turbo with 201 horses and 195 pound-feet in its Turbo version.

References

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Hyundai Veloster Brings N Performance to U.S. for 2019!


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Hyundai Veloster Gets Much-Needed Redesign, but What’s with the Lancer Evo Face?


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Read our full review on the 2016 Hyundai Veloster.


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PostHeaderIcon Ant-Man and the Wasp Veloster Proves Hyundai Deserves a Place in the Marvel Universe

The Detroit Auto Show played host to a wide number of debuts and concept vehicles. One car, though, stood out, not only because of its appearance but because of its involvement in one of this year’s biggest blockbuster movies. The car is a 2019 Hyundai Veloster. It’s impossible to miss because it showed up in Detroit dressed in a shiny purple exterior with hot rod flame graphics all over it. More importantly, this particular Veloster will play a role in Marvel Studio’s Ant-Man and the Wasp, which hits theaters in July this year.


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“This type of cross-promotional partnership has done wonders for Audi and Acura in the past”

It’s not that uncommon for automakers to find their cars in any of Marvel’s films. This type of cross-promotional partnership has done wonders for Audi and Acura in the past. Now it looks like Hyundai’s getting its turn in the spotlight, and I can’t think of a better car to get that shine than the new Hyundai Veloster.

There are probably better Hyundai models to have this role, but the Veloster is the right model to use because the car’s target consumer base — young people with an affinity for excitement — fits right into the same demographic that Marvel traditionally captures in any of its blockbuster movies. The Marvel Cinematic Universe and its growing catalog of movies and shows have become rich environments for automakers looking to attach their brands to large audiences and some of the worlds’ most popular pop-culture icons. It’s a perfect fit for the Hyundai Veloster.

As far as the Veloster’s involvement is concerned, neither Hyundai nor Marvel have given any indication beyond the former saying that the Veloster will prove its “capabilities in serving as the ultimate escape vehicle.” The description doesn’t say much in the way of specifics, but it does hint that the hot hatch will be used in the movie, perhaps by Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), in some kind of chase sequence.


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“The Veloster is the right model to use because the car’s target consumer base — young people with an affinity for excitement”

Whatever the case is, the Hyundai Veloster’s involvement in one of the biggest movies this year is a huge advertising coup for the Korean automaker. Audi, in particular, has reaped the benefits of having a lot of its models, most notably the R8, enjoy prominent screen time in the MCU. Loren Angelo, director of marketing for Audi America, told Automotive News in 2016 that the German automaker’s presence in the MCU contributed to “30 percent increase in the brand’s awareness and opinion metrics” since the R8 first turned up in 2008’s Iron Man.

Now it’s Hyundai’s turn to leverage that opportunity for the new Veloster.


References

Hyundai Veloster


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Hyundai Veloster Brings N Performance to U.S. for 2019!


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Hyundai Veloster Gets Much-Needed Redesign, but What’s with the Lancer Evo Face?


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Read our full review on the 2016 Hyundai Veloster.


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Read more Detroit Auto Show news.


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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Hyundai Veloster, Veloster Turbo, R-Spec

Besides the awesome Veloster N, the 2019 Hyundai Veloster family also includes a regular, plain version, a turbo model, and an R-Spec version. So there is something for everyone, and they all seem to have got the recipe just right. Granted, the Veloster is not as practical as a regular hatchback, but it is also not as boring. And for that reason we quite like it. 

Improvement is the key here, since compared to the previous model the 2019 Hyundai Veloster is a much nicer proposition. The looks are now cooler and more mature while losing none of the original quirkiness. The interior is a class act, boasting great features and material. And the car is no much nicer to drive thanks to improved drive rand powertrains.

The classic three-door layout pioneered by the original model, with on door on the driver side and two on the passenger’s, is still the party piece of the 2019 Hyundai Veloster. And you still get that lovely sloping roof. But the front is a lot more aggressive now, and the rear a lot more sporty. The sides, too, have been treated to a number of styling tricks that make them look sleeker. As mentioned, the interior is a huge improvement over the last model’s, with a driver-focused interior layout and on the Turbo Ultimate, a contrasting color environment that visually separates the driving cockpit. The latest connectivity features are available on all models.

Engine-wise, the basic 2019 Veloster gets a  2.0-liter 4-cylinder non-turbo engine with 147 horsepower and 132 lb.-ft of torque. It’s nothing to write home about, but it gets the job done. The Veloster Turbo features a 1.6-liter turbocharged, direct-injected four-cylinder engine that produces 201 horsepower and 195 lb.-ft. of torque. All models get Torque Vectoring Control (TVC). Standard Veloster can be had with a six-speed manual or a six-speed electronically-controlled automatic, while the Turbo gets a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

There is also a sporty R-Spec model, details of which are yet to be released.









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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Hyundai Veloster N Revealed with 275-hp

This is the car the Veloster was always supposed to be! The first generation of this car, for all its daring design and cool features, was never taken seriously because it couldn’t cash the checks its looks wrote. Now with the 2019 Hyundai Veloster N that issue has been addressed, and then some. 

Hyundai N has already brought the magnificent i30N, and if that car is any indication Hyundai Veloster Nis just as good on road and track. But before we get to the performance we want to take a minute and appreciate the cool and funky styling of this car. The old Velos was a bit of an odd ball around the front. The new one seems just right from every angle. It is the right kind of unusual, this car, and has a kind of design and paint scheme that won’t get boring for years to come. The same goes for thoroughly improved interior which seems like it should belong in an Alfa Romeo or something.

The beating heart of the Hyundai Veloster N is a 2.0-liter, direct-injected turbocharged engine with 275 hp and 260 lb.-ft. of torque. It comes with a sweet close-ratio, short-throw six-speed manual transmission with downshift rev-matching, and benefits form high-flow active exhausts, N Power Sense Axle design, 19 inch light alloys with Pirelli P-Zero or Michelin Pilot SuperSport tires. And since it’s a Hyundai, there is no need to talk about equipment. You get every comfort, convenience and connectivity feature that is in trend right now.









“Veloster N takes Hyundai to a new level of purchase consideration for true driving enthusiasts in the U.S. market,” said Albert Biermann, president and head of Performance Development and High Performance Vehicle Division, Hyundai Motor Group. “The Veloster N is another example of Hyundai Motor’s capabilities, creating an exciting sports car with thrilling dynamics combined with a compelling affordability equation as key to the N high-performance concept.”

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Veloster Gets Much-Needed Redesign, but What’s with the Lancer Evo Face?

Launched back in 2011, the Veloster quickly turned from a rather exotic-looking hatchback into the unfortunate, forgotten child of the Hyundai family. The coupe-style three-door gained very few updates during its first generation and there were plenty of rumors that Hyundai was thinking about giving it the axe. But the Koreans eventually decided to keep the nameplate alive brought the redesigned, second-generation model at the 2018 Detroit Motor Show.

Although far from revolutionary, the Veloster is a fresh take on the design, having borrowed the company’s recent styling language with sportier cues. The front fascia boasts the biggest changes, with more angular headlamps, a larger grille with honeycomb mesh, and an aggressive lower bumper. But while it’s definitely appealing to look at, it reminds me a bit too much of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo. I know, they’re far from identical, but the narrow top grille, and angular headlamps that become slimmer toward the center and the way the hood meets with the nose makes me thing Mitsubishi when I look at it.

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New Tech, Same Turbo Engine


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“The new infotainment system features standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay”

Fortunately, the rear still has that authentic Veloster vibe to it and the diffuser and center exhaust on the Turbo model gives it a menacing stance. The asymmetrical layout with two doors on the passenger side was carried over.

The interior is also brand-new and looks modern and fresh (although I must say I still like the first-gen V-shaped center stack and dashboard). The new infotainment system with the seven-inch display features standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and the options list includes SiriusXM Radio and next-gen Blue Link LTE-powered connectivity. The optional eight-inch display includes all of the above plus HD radio, smartphone integration, and an Infinity premium audio system. A heads-up display system is also available.


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“Two engines are offered, starting with a 2.0-liter, Atkinson-cycle four-pot rated at 147 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque”

Two engines are offered, starting with a 2.0-liter, Atkinson-cycle four-pot rated at 147 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque. It might not sound like much, but it’s a 15-horsepower and 12-pound-foot increase over the outgoing 1.6-liter mill. More powerful comes from the turbocharge, 1.6-liter GDI unit with 201 horsepower and 195 pound-feet. If it’s sounds familiar, it’s because I’m talking about the same engine in the outgoing model. A bit disappointing, don’t you think? However, Hyndai says that the new Veloster will have better handling. And the bigger news is that we’re getting a higher performance N model in the U.S.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai and Cisco Present Faster, More Secure Car Networking Technology

The growing partnership between the auto industry and Silicon Valley took center stage at the Consumer Electronics Show. One example that can be gleaned from these collaborations is the tie-up between Hyundai and Cisco. Together, the two companies revealed a new technology platform that brings 1 Gbps worth of Ethernet connectivity inside our cars. The technology sounds appealing for kids who will have no shortage of bandwidth to use inside a car, but the more important purpose of the tech is to allow automakers like Hyundai to load web-capable sensors and gadgetry in the name of accelerating the growth towards full-fledged autonomy.


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“These sensors are in charge of a variety of things, including scanning surroundings, recognizing traffic conditions, and watching for debris and pedestrians.”

The relationship between in-car Ethernet access and autonomous driving technology can be broken down into two things: sensors and apps.

Car companies like Hyundai that are pushing forward in developing autonomous driving technology will need sensors in their cars to act as catalysts for the tech functions they’re going to put into the vehicles. These sensors are in charge of a variety of things, including scanning surroundings, recognizing traffic conditions, and watching for debris and pedestrians. The sensors then relay what they see to the myriad of autonomous driving features that a specific car could have in the future. As more of these features become available, the need for cars to carry Ethernet-based software becomes more important.

Apps come into the picture because they can have access to these sensors, at least if there’s a technology available for it. Automakers can create specific apps for specific purposes tied into autonomous driving tech, and accessing these apps from inside a car will require a lot of data and a network that’s big enough to handle that load without breaking down.

“The relationship between in-car Ethernet access and autonomous driving technology can be broken down into two things: sensors and apps.”

This is what Hyundai and Cisco are bringing to the table. The latter’s expertise with computer networks helps validate the proprietary technology, something that Hyundai is expected to use for its production vehicles in the near future.

Ruba Borno, Cisco’s vice president of growth initiatives and chief of staff to the CEO, believes that the company’s partnership with Hyundai will “accelerate innovation” in the auto industry. “By creating a flexible, scalable, and secure platform, we are allowing automotive companies to deliver better cars – faster”, she added.

Hyundai has not given details on which of its models will get first dibs on Cisco’s 1Gbps Ethernet networks, but it did say that the technology will be available in 2019 models of its premium lineup.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Keeps Teasing The New Veloster

First hitting North American shores back in 2011, the Veloster is Hyundai’s sporty little three-door hatchback, offering a nice combination of fun and practicality in a modestly affordable package. Now, there’s an updated model just over the horizon and Hyundai is teasing it big time, with the latest refresh shown in a brief 15-second clip composed of quick shots of the front and rear panned against a shadowy background.

Although brief, the video does seem to reveal that the 2019 model year won’t be a huge break from what we’ve seen before, with the updates mostly centered on bringing the Veloster’s aesthetics up to par with the rest of the automaker’s current lineup. There’s still a three-door body style, with one door for the driver and two for the passenger side, plus a low stance and bubbly profile. However, Hyundai does mention that the A-pillars were moved rearwards to give the car a longer look.

Draped over the body panels, we find a blazing orange paint job, although black was also added to the top portions of the car, suggesting a two-tone paint scheme above the window line. In front, the fascia gains a sharper headlight design, with lower daytime running light accents set in LEDs. The central intake uses a hexagonal shape, and there’s a lower splitter element acting as underspoiler for the chin. Smaller side intakes were added to the bumper corners, and while they don’t look functional, they still lend the thing a cool design element thanks to their upward-swinging wing pieces.

In the corners, the wheels use an aggressive turbine design, while higher up, there are decently flared fenders. There’s also a few character lines stretching up into the profile, while black offsets are used for the side skirts and side-view mirrors.

The rear end gets a chunky bumper design with a center-mounted dual-tip exhaust, while the hatch gets a roof spoiler. The rear bumper also comes with a diffuser element for added aero points. Finally, a new taillight design wraps up into the flanks.

In terms of the oily details, expect a front-mounted 1.6-liter engine, turbocharged to produce 201 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque. Once again, muscle is routed exclusively to the front axle.

Look for a full reveal of the 2019 model year Hyundai Veloster next week at the 2018 Detroit Motor Show.

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PostHeaderIcon Pops’ Rants: Karma Just Kicked Elon Musk in the Nuts

Another day, another carrot. I just dropped by to tell you that I love karma. Nope, not the Fisker Karma. That karma. The principle that Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering. It’s the concept that keeps all life in a perfect balance. And the same concept made Elon Musk look pretty dumb after Hyundai launched the Nexo hydrogen fuel cell SUV at the Consumer Electronics Show. Yup, gotta love karma!

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In case you haven’t been following the latest electric car market disputes, Elon Musk made a few smug comments in recent years. One was aimed at the Nissan Leaf when Musk said that the Model 3 will provide more range at a more affordable price. The compact sedan isn’t yet available, as Tesla is struggling with production issues, but we already know that it’s more efficient than the redesigned Leaf. However, it’s a bit more expensive in base trim and significantly pricier if you want the longer range option and some tech. Pricier as in you can buy a BMW instead.

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In early 2016, Musk made a public statement in which it called hydrogen cars “incredibly dumb” when compared to electric vehicle. Granted, he had a few valid reasons about the process of splitting water into oxygen and hydrogen and compressing the latter cars, but it was still pretty rude to just take a dump on all automakers working on fuel cell technology. Especially with so many engineers claiming that it’s a viable solution. Well, Hyundai just launched the hydrogen-powered Nexo SUV with a range of 370 miles, 75 more than the range-topping Tesla Model X. And karma entered the room to kick Elon in the nuts.

Sure, only time will tell if the Nexo is as good as Hyundai claims, but some were skeptical when the Toyota Mirai entered production, and the Japanese sedan has done pretty well until now. And, unlike Tesla, Hyundai has kept its promises recently and didn’t miss its production schedule due to rash decisions. Maybe Elon could take a break and take a few notes from the Koreans. Hydrogen might be worth something after all now that carbon tanks are becoming more affordable and hydrogen stations are becoming a thing. Let’s not forget that hybrid and all-electric drivetrains were considered ludicrous a few decades ago…

Karma wins. Every time.

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PostHeaderIcon Will Hyundai’s Upcoming Supercar Use DNA From the Kia Stinger?

Hyundai has confirmed plans to build its first-ever supercar. Now that we know what the Korean automaker is planning, the time for speculation begins. There are a lot of different directions we can go to, but we’re focusing on Hyundai’s sister company, Kia, and the latter’s own — and new — performance car: the Kia Stinger GT. Knowing what we know about the Stinger GT and Kia’s admission that the sports sedan is capable of so much more, is it possible that Hyundai could tap into the Stinger’s DNA as it develops its own supercar?


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“Part of the endless string of narratives surrounding the Stinger GT was the possibility of a more potent version coming in the next few years.”

It’s been a year since the Kia Stinger GT first made our hearts flutter. The sleek and sexy 365-horsepower machine debuted at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, becoming one of the most talked-about cars of the past year. Part of the endless string of narratives surrounding the Stinger GT was the possibility of a more potent version coming in the next few years. Some have even christened it the Stinger “GT-R,” a reference to Nissan’s mighty Godzilla that resides just across the Korea Strait in Japan.

Albert Biermann, the head of Kia’s high-performance division, didn’t exactly shoot down those rumors, but he did say that we shouldn’t expect to see a hardcore Stinger GT anytime soon. “The [Stinger GT] has more potential no doubt, but at this point, there is no plan to do more,” Biermann told Motoring Australia last June.

Is it possible then that Hyundai steps into the picture, looks at the Stinger GT’s DNA, and borrows some of it for the development of its own supercar?

The thought is tantalizing, but I think it’s too much of a reach to expect something like that to happen. It’s hard for me to see a scenario wherein Hyundai doesn’t work on its first-ever supercar by itself. Sure, it could borrow bits and pieces from Kia’s own development, but “borrowing” specific elements from the Stinger GT and adopting it into its supercar development feels like a move to cut corners and costs.


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“If Hyundai wants to make a big impression with its first supercar, it needs to be all-in on the development of the car”

If Hyundai wants to make a big impression with its first supercar, it needs to be all-in on the development of the car. No stones should be left unturned, and no cost should be deemed too expensive. A more realistic argument also can be made of the status of the Stinger GT and Hyundai’s planned supercar. Unless the latter has a different interpretation of “supercar,” we expect it to enter a higher segment than Kia’s prized sports sedan. There’s a reason why we got excited about the thought of seeing a two-seater hybrid supercar to come out of Hyundai. It’s never been done before, and the potential to excite is there.

Hyundai shouldn’t waste that potential by giving us elements we’ve already seen from Kia. Make it new and make it exciting!

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai’s Hydrogen-powered Nexo Has Better Mileage than a Tesla

Korean carmaker Hyundai has been developing hydrogen fuel cell vehicles since the early 2000s, with the first test model launched in 2005. It was based on the first-generation ix35/Tucson. The crossover was updated in 2012 and went into production in 2013, becoming the first mass-produced SUV with hydrogen power. It’s been five years since then, and Hyundai is replacing the ix35/Tucson FCEV with the Nexo. Unveiled at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, the Nexo is the brand’s first fuel cell vehicle built on a dedicated platform and boasts significant performance improvements in every department. And it offers better mileage than a Tesla!


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“The Nexo sports a brand-new design that combines the company's familiar styling language with a few unique cues”

The Nexo sports a brand-new design that combines the company’s familiar styling language with a few unique cues. The front fascia is similar to the recently launched Kona, including the slender headlamps and large lights in the bumper, but it has a new grille with a wider top section and more rounded sides. The profile is rather sporty when compared to the Tucson thanks to the swoopy beltline, the coupe-like roof, and the sculpted side skirts. The rear section is pretty simple and very SUV-specific, but it somewhat unique in the Hyundai lineup. The headlamps have an interesting LED pattern, while the bumper includes a massive license plate recess that mimics the shape of the front grille.

The cabin layout is clean and simple. I can see a few Kona features on the dashboard, but the Nexo’s cabin is very original. The center console is taller than in most small SUVs and works its way up to the center stack. There’s a big infotainment display in the center, and the instrument cluster is digital. Both screens are placed under the same hood, which makes it seem as if a wide screen stretches across more than half the dashboard. The remaining controls are placed on the center console. If you ask me, the latter is a bit too cluttered with buttons and knobs, and the lower dash and door panels look a bit too cheap. Technology-wise, it comes with new Lane Following Assist, Blind-spot View Monitor, and Remote Smart Parking Assistant. The SUV is also supposed to power household applications, a feature that Hyundai wants to demo at CES.

Better Range than a Tesla


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Unlike the Tucson, the Nexo rides on its own architecture. This is proof that Hyundai’s hydrogen program has finally matured and it is ready to become a mainstream thing. On top of the new platform, the Nexo sports a lighter, more compact hydrogen powertrain and a more powerful electric motor. The power density of the stack was increased by 50 percent, and system efficiency went up 5.1 percent compared to the Tucson FCEV. The motor is smaller and contains fewer moving parts for enhanced efficiency and reliability, while the hydrogen tanks are 36 pounds lighter than those in the Tucson FCEV.

The electric motor cranks out 120 kW (161 horsepower) and 291 pound-feet of torque, up from the previous 100-kW (134-horsepower) and 221-pound-foot rating. The new drivetrain needs 30 seconds to get going, a full 60 seconds less than the Tucson FCEV. The hydrogen tanks can also store more fuel. While the previous crossover had a capacity of 140 liters (37 gallons), the Nexo can carry 156 liters (42 gallons). Likewise, the sprint from 0 to 60 mph decreased from 12.5 to 9.9 seconds, while mileage increased from 295 miles to 370 miles. Hyundai claims in a real-world run from Los Angeles to Las Vegas; the Nexo returned a 360-mile range. Bye-bye range anxiety! Refueling the tanks takes only five minutes.

The 370-mile range makes the Nexo the most efficient production car that uses an electric motor on the market right. It even trumps the Tesla Model X by 75 miles. The all-electric SUV is good for 237 miles in base trim, while the most efficient version, the 100D, provides up to 295 miles on a single charge. A bit ironic given that Elon Musk said that hydrogen fuel cell technology is “incredibly dumb.”

The Nexo will be available in select markets later this year, but there’s no word on production output and pricing yet.

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Power 135 kW
Fuel Cell 95 kW
Battery 40 kW 75 kWh to 100 kWh
Motor 120 kW (161 HP) 417 – 518 HP
Torque 291 LB-FT 387 – 485 LB-FT
0 to 60 mph 9.9 seconds 6 seconds
Range >370 miles estimated 237-295 miles (depending on trim)

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PostHeaderIcon Wonders Will Never Cease – Hyundai is Seriously Working on a Supercar

Hyundai is preparing to enter the big leagues, and I’m not talking about baseball. The Korean automaker has made its plans known to develop a supercar. Yes, a supercar. This isn’t your dad’s Hyundai anymore. This is the new Hyundai that’s taking its shot at becoming an automaker that can compete with the likes of Porsche, Mercedes-AMG, BMW M, and dare I say, Ferrari and Lamborghini.


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“Our first glimpse of what the N Division is capable of came with the launch of the i30 N”

It only took 10 days into 2018 for the auto industry’s first big bombshell to drop. The thought of Hyundai developing a supercar may come as a shock to some people, but the Korean automaker has come a long way from its past life as a purveyor of cheap and flavorless cars. Over the years, Hyundai has ventured into higher ground. It’s become a force in the crossover and SUV markets, and it’s slowly gotten a foothold in the luxury car segment. Most recently, the Korean automaker created the N Division, a performance-focused arm that it plans to grow into a certified alternative to Europe’s finest performance divisions.

Our first glimpse of what the N Division is capable of came with the launch of thei30 N, a hot hatchback that’s on its way to challenging the establishment in its segment. The new performance division is off to a good start, and according to Hyundai’s Vice President for Research and Development, Yang Woong Chul, the people who are part of the N division will be taking the lead in developing the proposed two-seater hybrid supercar.

“At the Consumer Electronics Show, Hyundai Chief Designer, Luc Donckerwolke, confirmed that Hyundai is working on a supercar.”

Details are still foggy on Hyundai’s specific plans, but in a conversation with Drive at the Consumer Electronics Show, chief designer, Luc Donckerwolke, confirmed that Hyundai’s working on a supercar. More importantly, the development has progressed to the point that Donckerwolke himself admitted that he’s “reviewing a project” next week after CES ends. For those who don’t know the man, Donckerwolke is the same man behind the designs of two of the most iconic Lamborghinis in history — the Gallardo and Murcielago. If he says he’s “reviewing a project,” it points to one thing: a supercar.

A slow build


” The idea of a Hyundai exotic has been thrown around in the past. The Hyundai PassoCorto concept is a good example of that. ”

Go back to some of Hyundai’s past concepts and you’ll notice that the idea of a Hyundai exotic has been thrown around in the past. The Hyundai PassoCorto concept is a good example of that. The two-seater sports car made its debut in 2014, and, for all intents and purposes, it looked like a proper exotic, albeit a smaller version that fell into the size category of the Alfa Romeo 4C. At that time, it became clear that Hyundai had the right design team that was capable of designing a high-end performance machine.

In 2015, Hyundai introduced a far more extreme example of what its design team was capable of when it unveiled the N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo. Sure, the car may have been created for the Gran Turismo video game franchise, but like the PassoCorto Concept, it planted some seeds in the industry on what the Korean automaker was capable of.

What can we expect?


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“According to Hyundai's Vice President for Research and Development, Yang Woong Chul, the goal is to steer away from using big internal combustion engines and use electric motors as much as possible”

Sources with knowledge of Hyundai’s supercar plans have also told Drive that the automaker is well past the point of talking about the development of a supercar. Apparently, the company is already benchmarking a number of supercars at its development center in South Korea. Among the cars mentioned include a Porsche 911 Turbo and a Lamborghini Huracan, two performance machines that are considered legitimate supercars in the business.

As it is now, the proposed Hyundai supercar will likely use batteries and an electric motor to achieve a high-level of performance. According to Hyundai’s Vice President for Research and Development, Yang Woong Chul, the goal is to steer away from using big internal combustion engines and use, “as much as possible,” electric motors.

By the looks of it, Hyundai’s planned supercar will at least come in hybrid form. Speculation is expected to increase once we get more details about the exotic machine, but if anybody’s still doubting the Korean automaker’s ability to build one, take the word of the company execs who are already talking about it.

Or as Yang Woong Chul said, “It is pretty high performance. It is serious.”

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai NEXO FCEV Gives Hydrogen Another Chance

Hyundai’s CES 2018 exhibit is all about technology features they will be incorporating into their future production models. But they have also brought along a concept car, Hyundai NEXO, which is the firm’s second-generation of commercialized fuel cell electric vehicle, headed for production and release in select markets very soon.

A lot of people believe that the whole fuel cell thing probably has no future because the infrastructure needed to make it work is virtually non-existent. But Hyundai keeps working on improving their FCEVs, so they would be ready if, some day, these cars went mainstream. Hyundai NEXO is a much-improved product compared to its predecessor, the Tucson FCEV, with a range of 370 miles, 105 more than the Tucson. It’s also been tested more thoroughly and is just as versatile, says the company, as any gasoline-powered vehicle.

Hyundai NEXO is faster, quieter and more efficient than the previous FCEVs and in a class of its own in terms of technology, packaging and safety. The electric motors and battery packs are getting smaller and smaller in every new version, meaning the car’s practicality improves and its light decreases. We have to say the NEXO also looks pretty cool. Le’t’s just hope they come up with a better name for the production model. Hyundai wants to launch18 eco-friendly models to global markets by 2025.






Other technologies Hyundai showcased at CES 2018 include Blind-spot View Monitor which promises drastic improvement over current systems, Lane Following Assist (LFA) and Highway Driving Assist (HDA), basis for future autonomous driving, and Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA) which is becoming increasingly fashionable these days.

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Hyundai Veloster Previewed Inside and Out

Hyundai is making a lot noise about the all-new Veloster which they will unveil next week at the Detroit Auto Show. They have just released a few more preview photos which half reveal the design of the 2019 Hyundai Veloster, and not just the exterior but the interior as well. 

Judging by what we can see straining our eyes looking at these dark images, the 2019 Hyundai Veloster has a far more aggressive design than its predecessor which, speaking as someone who actually owned one for a long while, looked kind of dumb around the front. That is not an issue with the new Velo thanks to design cues it has inherited from other modern Hyundais. But that also means it is not as special and eye-catching as the first generation model. There is still plenty of muscle though, and the same 3-door arrangement, and central tailpipes.

As for the interior, while all we have of the 2019 Hyundai Veloster cabin is a drawing, the design seems to be a huge improvement over the previous model. This sort of two-tone look with so many artistic turns and twists used to be reserved only for the most high-end sports cars. There is a strong Hyundai N vibe in here, which could be an indication that the new Veloster is not going to be a mere col looking hatchback with not much to offer in way performance.

In fact, the word is the new Veloster will get an N variant which will have the same 270 horsepower as the i30N. Now that’s something to look forward to.




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PostHeaderIcon Next-Gen Hyundai FCEV Concept Revealed Ahead of CES 2018

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has become in recent years a battle ground for auto makers to show off their latest technologies. So it’s the appropriate place for Hyundai to reveal their next-generation Hyundai FCEV fuel cell Concept, revealed here in this visual preview. 

If you don’t like the look of this thing, and who can blame you, don’t worry. This is not a concept to showcase the prowess of the design department, but rather that of the engineering fellas. The Hyundai FCEV Concept is the next-generation hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicle equipped with new Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technologies. These tech stuff ought to the average CES goer really happy.

Hyundai has always been at the forefront of the hydrogen fuel cell game, even in recent times where the outlook is the bleakest for this technology. Not only are they not giving up on the FCEV, the Korean car maker is investing in hydrogen-powered applications in the home via a section of the booth dedicated to the Hydrogen Life Vision. They must see something in this technology, or have some grand plan.







Along with the Hyundai FCEV and Advanced Driver Assistance technologies, Hyundai will also showcases at CES 2018 the Intelligent Personal Cockpit, featuring artificial-intelligence-enhanced voice recognition and vital sign-based wellness care. These systems appear to be the future of in-car infotainment. They are becoming increasingly smarter and take on more and more roles than the traditional units.

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PostHeaderIcon Panorama Sunroof Airbag Is a World’s First by Hyundai

Trying to step up their safety game in order to stay ahead of the competition, Hyundai has come up with a new safety feature. The world’s first Panorama Sunroof Airbag system has a simple job. It stops you getting tossed out of the car in the event of an accident that shatters the glass roof or when the car rolls over.  

Come to think of it, this is a much needed safety feature and it’s interesting no other car maker had thought of it before. The Panorama Sunroof Airbag is a production of Hyundai Mobis, the Korean car maker’s parts and components arm, who has an affinity for advanced airbags. They made the fourth-generation advanced airbag and inter-passenger airbag systems.

The way Hyundai’s Panorama Sunroof Airbag work is the same as the side curtain airbags that protects you from smashing into the glass. It is installed inside the sunroof, and deployed forward from the rear of the car, covering the entire roof surface of the vehicle in just 0.08 seconds using a gas inflation system. So not only does this airbag stops the passengers getting flung out of the car, it also reduces the risk of head injuries. This is most useful for the rear passengers, as they rarely fasten their seat belts and are therefore more prone to go airborne and turn into a human projectile in a high speed crash.

The Hyundai Mobis panorama sunroof airbag system is more complex compared to ordinary airbags, and features more technological difficulty. During its development, engineers identified that it was important to secure enough space for stable airbag deployment when making the sunroof. The airbag must also be deployed safely in a way that fits the situation, such as when the sunroof screen is open or closed in an accident. Therefore, if the car is overturned when the sunroof is closed, the airbag is deployed across between the sunroof glass and the sun shield.

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PostHeaderIcon Watch Hyundai’s Panoramic Sunroof Airbag In Action: Video

Compared to even just 10 years ago, modern automobiles are ludicrously, unbelievably safe. With a slew of new safety technologies, both passive and active, higher crash standards, and advanced airbag systems covering just about possible impact angle, your odds of walking away from a crash are pretty good these days. Now, Hyundai is looking to take that even further with airbags for vehicles equipped with a panoramic sunroof, a system designed to keep passengers safe in a rollover by padding the large glass openings with protective cushions, keeping those in the cabin from exiting the vehicle and preventing potential injury. You can watch the system in action in the above-featured video.

Shot at 1,000 frames per second, the video shows what appears to be the cabin space of an SUV careening sideways before tipping over, much like in a rollover crash. The sunroof airbag is quickly deployed, thus making sure the crash dummies inside the cabin stay inside the cabin. In a press release, Hyundai states this is the world’s first panoramic sunroof airbag system, and introduces a new technology with 11 patents pending as the brand moves into the premium SUV market. The bags deploy in just 0.8 seconds, and according to Hyundai, the system “prevented the passenger from being flung out of the car and cushioned the impact on the head. Serious injury likely to result in the death of the passenger were reduced to minor injuries.” The tech is expected to head to mass production status soon.


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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai Developing New Smart Voice Control Tech

Hyundai is gearing up to offer customers a new in-car voice control system that will integrate with numerous vehicle functions and even connected devices at home. Hyundai will preview the tech next month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and bring it to production models starting in 2019.

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“Users activate the system by saying “Hi, Hyundai,” then speaking their desired command”

As we march into the future of personal automotive transportation, technology like voice recognition software is becoming increasingly important. As more and more features are added to cars, voice control becomes a necessary tool to keep drivers focused on the task of driving.

Hyundai’s latest development in this space is called the Intelligent Personal Agent. Created with help from SoundHound, a tech firm based out of Santa Clara, California, Hyundai says the Intelligent Personal Agent will acts as a “proactive assistant, predicting driver needs and facilitating vehicle functions.”

Users activate the system by saying “Hi, Hyundai,” then speaking their desired command. The system will cover all the basic voice activated stuff, such as making phone calls, sending texts, searching for navigation destinations, searching for music, checking in on weather conditions, managing schedules, activating the climate control, opening and closing the sunroof, and locking/unlocking the doors.

“The system will cover all the basic voice-activated features, while also being proactive with stuff like suggesting a new departure time based on current traffic conditions.”

However, Hyundai’s Intelligent Personal Agent will also be proactive, with features like providing a reminder regarding an upcoming meeting, or suggesting a new departure time based on current traffic conditions. The system will also offer “Car-to-Home” services to control various connected devices and systems in your apartment or house.

Powering the system is SoundHound’s “Houndify” artificial intelligence platform, which is used to identify the various commands of the user. This also enables multiple command recognition – for example, Hyundai says you could say something like, “Tell me what the weather will be like tomorrow and turn off the lights in our living room,” and the system will perform both commands independently.

“The Hyundai Intelligent Personal Agent will initially only support English commands”

The Hyundai Intelligent Personal Agent will initially only support English commands, but the automaker says it plans to expand support to include other languages sometime in the future.

A simplified version of the tech will see use in the brand’s Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles, which will be offered for test drives in the near future. Anyone interested in getting some hands-on experience can also head over to Las Vegas for the tech’s debut at CES in January 2018, where it’ll show in prototype form via a demo connected car cockpit.

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PostHeaderIcon All-New 2019 Hyundai Veloster Spotted in the Wild

Six years after it was first introduced, the Hyundai Veloster is officially getting a second-generation model. We already know about this bit. We’ve even seen it rock colorful camouflage as recently as a month ago. But we haven’t seen the all-new Veloster in its natural form, free from any camo that hides its body. Until now…

“It’s not a full-blown improvement from the previous-generation model, but it does have a more rounded design”

Ladies and gentlemen, feast your eyes on the new Hyundai Veloster. It’s not a full-blown improvement from the previous-generation model, but it does have a more rounded design that could appeal to buyers who were turned off by the last model’s quirkiness. The design of the front section is vastly different. The headlights are smaller and feature a different set of LED daytime running lights. Hyundai also removed the smiley-face grille from the previous-generation model, replacing it with a more traditional hexagon grille. My only complaint is that the grille looks a too big for the Veloster. Look how it completely dominates the real estate space in this section of the hatchback. It takes attention away from the new number and the vertical air intakes, two of the better aesthetic features of the new Veloster.

The rear section looks better than the previous version. The taillights look sharper and edgier. The rear bumper still rides high and appears to protrude from the tailgate. It’s a good aesthetic to look at from the outside, but the drawback to the bumper riding so high is that the window at the back looks ridiculously small. How can you see clearly with that small of a window?

“The 2019 Veloster will be unveiled at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show this coming January.”

Aesthetics aside, the next-gen Veloster is tipped to carry a pair of turbocharged engines — a 1.4-liter and a 1.6-liter — each to be paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. There’s no word on how much power these two mills will carry, but we’ll know soon enough because the 2019 Veloster will be unveiled at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show this coming January.

The early returns look promising. Now we wait to see if the hatchback really is as good as we think it’s going to be.

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