2019 Hyundai Veloster
Hyundai engineers are out screening prototypes for a brand-new generation of the Veloster. The models reveal that the revamped Veloster keeps the standard shape of the current model, consisting of the distinct three-doors-and-hatch setup. (There’s a single door on the motorist’s side and two on the other).
2019 Hyundai Veloster Design
In the beginning glance, it looks quite like the existing model, but closer evaluation reveals some distinctions. Up front, the hood looks lower, and it tapers down to what seems to be an overstated version of the “waterfall grille” Hyundai has actually carried out on the Elantra GT, and brand-new Sonata. The headlights look slimmer, and there seem to be fewer hectic, “quirky” lines.
Moving backwards, we find the exact same uneven door layout consisting of one door on the left, and 2 on the right. On the ideal side, the rear door deal with is still embeded the corner of the window. The glass area on the right also appears a bit larger thanks to a lower edge that stays lower for longer.
From previous test mules, we understand that the upgraded Veloster has a slightly longer wheelbase than the existing model, which ought to result in more room inside. The brand-new car likewise looks to be much sportier thanks to a lower, more structured profile.
2019 Hyundai Veloster Engine
In the powertrain department, the base alternative will likely be a variation of the 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-4 found in the present Veloster Turbo, where it provides 201 horsepower. Above this might be a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 being developed by the Hyundai N efficiency division. The engine makes its debut this year in an i30 N model to be sold overseas, and in its tamest setting should deliver around 246 hp. While the United States will lose out on the i30 N, there’s an opportunity we see a Veloster N instead.
2019 Hyundai Veloster Release Date
Hyundai will take the wraps off its redesigned Veloster in late 2017 or early the following year. Sales will not start up until 2018, with the car likely showing up as a 2019 model.