The second generation Hyundai Veloster came out in 2018 featuring a new design and a fresh interior along with better engines and more features.
Much of the redesign is derived from enhanced proportions and volume; the new shape clearly conveys focused dynamic performance, even standing still. Its stance is more muscular, with higher-volume fenders and wheel arches for a more planted appearance. The cowl point and A-pillar are further rearward and now connect the hood line and belt line into an integrated, powerful gesture. The asymmetrical design carries through to the interior, with a driver-focused interior layout and on the Turbo Ultimate, a contrasting color environment that visually separates the driving cockpit. Each trim level has unique colors, materials, and accents, further differentiating each model with varying hues and textures.
The level of standard safety features was exceptional, as the Velosters were offered with a Vehicle Stability Management, ESC, and Motor Driven Power Steering. The car was equipped with 6 airbags and a magnificent braking package including four-wheel disc brakes and ABS with brake assist (applies maximum braking force in case of emergency detected) and EBD which automatically adjusted the braking force to the front and the rear axles depending on the loading conditions.
The colors available for the Velosters were Ultra Black, Chalk White, Sonic Silver, Thunder Gray, Sunset Orange, Racing Red and Space Gray.