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2016 Hyundai Veloster Street Turbo Review

Sporting a brand new badge, the limited edition 2016 Hyundai Veloster Street Turbo brings a little more 'cred' to the uniquely styled South Korean sports car...

Late-night eats in the 2016 Hyundai Veloster Street Turbo

If you're into your car and you love driving it, you've no doubt found yourself out late at night after a fun drive and in need of a good feed. Well, given I love food almost as much as I love driving, we headed into Melbourne's CBD after dark to show you three of the city's best late-night eateries – perfect places for that post-drive chow-down...

2015 Hyundai Veloster SR Turbo Review

More affordable than before, the 2015 Hyundai Veloster Turbo is still 'different' but is that enough...

2015 Hyundai Veloster SR Turbo: The Correspondent driver training weekender

Two weeks ago, my typical Sunday involved sleeping in until 11am and watching movies all day in my Minion onesie – pretty intense stuff. Now, it's 8am and I'm sitting in the passenger seat of a turbocharged Hyundai Veloster on my way to Sandown Raceway to take part in a Driver Dynamics advanced driver training course...

2015 Hyundai Veloster SR Turbo Review

The Hyundai Veloster SR Turbo Series II gets a price cut, tweaked suspension and a new DCT dual-clutch auto. Are they worthy improvements?

Hyundai Veloster-Raptor Review

Hyundai adds more than a few go-fast bits to its Veloster SR Turbo and the results are surprising. Now its the car that it should have been from the outset.

2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Review: exclusive Nurburgring test

Hyundai's Veloster Turbo performs surprisingly well in wet conditions at the Nurburgring.

Hyundai Veloster SR Turbo Review

The Hyundai Veloster SR Turbo is more fun than Disneyland. It's also suitably quick with handling and ride to match.

Hyundai Veloster Turbo Review

The Hyundai Veloster Turbo bears the weight of being the first legitimate Korean performance car to hit the Australian market...

Hyundai Veloster Review

The Hyundai Veloster turns conventional car design on its head. It's a two-door coupe from one side and a four-door hatch from the other. The South Korean company says this is part of its "new thinking" philosophy, and for a starting price of just $23,990 it also happens to redefine value for money. Let's justify that statement for a minute...

Hyundai Veloster Review (first drive)

The Koreans want to capture the youth market with the Veloster, will it work?