Jenny reviews the latest 2020 Hyundai Veloster in the top Turbo Premium trim. Jenny liked the first Veloster on its release. It was Hyundai’s entry into the market of quirky, stylish performance coupes that well let’s face it. Looked completely unique. This new Veloster has kept many of the styling queues whilst modernising them just enough.
Aside from the unusual coupeish design it also had a pretty unique 2+1 door setup that was 1 door on the drivers' side.
And 2 doors on the passenger side that added more practicality to the coupe.
The latest Veloster a 1.6 T-GDi which has a turbocharger and produces 150 kW and 265 Nm of torque between 1500 and 4500 revs. There is a Veloster N version, but it is not available in Australia just yet.
Both trims get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Turbo also gets torque G-force and turbo-boost gauges which is a nice touch.