The 2+2 front-wheel drive sports coupe seems to have made the cut to head into production.
It's likely that the Hyundai Veloster will be powered by a 1.6-litre four cylinder engine with direct injection capable of around 110kW for the base model.
There is also the possibility of a more powerful version delivering around 140kW mated to a twin-clutch automatic gearbox. We would certainly like to see the Veloster available with the 2.0-litre R-diesel engine currently in the ix35.
Some rumours suggest that it may sport a Mini Clubman style rear hinged extra door on one side, even though the concept had no such feature.
Hyundai Motor Company Australia spokesman Ben Hershman told CarAdvice that currently there is no confirmation for the Veloster joining the model lineup in Australia.
We expect the car will make its official début next year and certainly hope that Hyundai Australia look at importing it for our market.
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