On sale in the UK in February 2012, Veloster prices will start from £17,995 on the road with an insurance group rating of 16E. It will offer customers style, functionality and economy delivered with a high level of standard specification. (more…)
Updated with new information.
According Car and Driver, a second aperture is planned for the left side, bringing the total door count up to a more conventional five. The second driver’s side door is reportedly being installed for markets like the UK, where the driver sits on the wrong other side (a similar problem to what Mini found with the Clubman). But that addition could be destined for the US market as well. (more…)
The first phase of the European “Car of the Year 2012” [COTY] award has been completed with the announcement of the 35 candidates eligible to participate in the voting process. As with prior events, in order to be a nominee, the contenders had to be new vehicles available now or before the end of this year in five or more European markets, and each has to have the prospect of a minimum of 5,000 annual sales. (more…)
Hyundai’s Blue Link technology will change the way you think about what your vehicle can do for you. A Blue Link-enabled vehicle not only knows exactly where you are and where you’re going, but also knows every shortcut and point of interest in the area. (more…)
Update: The Hyundai Veloster sold in Chile include 1.6 MPi 128 HP engine, not a 1.6 GDi 140 HP.
Unveiled at Detroit 2011, the Hyundai Veloster is a coupe with very dynamic design and offering a newest door on one side and two on the other system. This aesthetic choice and ergonomic, very alternative, the new Veloster is enough to build a legend even before being marketed. Up close, it is surprising nonetheless. (more…)