The international automobile exhibition in North America is only a few days away, and Hyundai has released a new teaser video of the Veloster 2019.
While we have already seen the unmarked model, the latest clip gives us a pretty good vision of the future hatchback. As you can see, the car will have an aggressive frontal front with a prominent grille, large air intakes and LED infrared headlights.
Going further back, there's a cool windscreen and running body. Designers also installed a double exhaust system, an aggressive rear diffuser and a thin plate.
The sporty style will continue in the cabin as an earlier sketch suggesting that the model will have an asymmetric dashboard with a floating infotainment system. Also, Hyundai has already confirmed that Veloster will be offered with two turbo engines, which have displacements of 1.4 and 1.6 liters. Depending on the type of engine selected, it can be associated with either a seven-speed clutch with six-speed clutch or a six-speed manual transmission.
The redesigned model is designed to offer several high-tech features including a heads-up display, cruise adapter, and a collision warning system. Other notable options will include long-beam assistance and a tape departure warning system
2019 Veloster is ready to make noise. See the live release on 01/15 at 12:05 EST. #HIundaiVeloster #NAIAS pic.twitter.com/1ZmSLtXVIg
– Hyundai USA (@Hyundai) 11 January 2018 ]