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NYIAS 2011: Hyundai Veloster

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Revealed in America, now back to America - this could be the description for Hyundai’s four-door hatchback, the Veloster. The vehicle made its debut at the 2011 North American International Auto Show and is now being displayed at this year's edition of the New York International Auto Show.

The vehicle not only comes with an interesting look, but also promises to offer a high level of fun. In an All-American marketing fashion, Hyundai is telling us that the vehicle comes with a turning radius of 34.1 feet, which beats Scion tC's 37.4 feet, Honda CR-Z's 35.4 feet and Mini's 35.1 feet.

Here’s how Hyundai describes the vehicle’s design: “Hyundai Veloster's unique design takes inspiration from a high-performance sport bike. Veloster has distinctive black A-pillars that give the glass a motorcycle helmet visor appearance. In the front is an aggressive form of Hyundai's signature hexagonal front grille, hood scoop detailing, and unique Hyundai-signature LED position lights.

"Optional packages add a chrome grille surround, piano black highlights, fog lights, and a massive panoramic sunroof. Hyundai Veloster's dynamic rear design has a distinctive glass hatch, dual centered chrome exhaust tips and black lower fascia that complements the assertive front fascia."

The Veloster is also packed with infotainment technology, as it offers a standard multifunction seven-inch touch-screen display, Pandora Internet radio and others, such as the Hyundai Blue Link, which allows users to connect their personal devices to the vehicle, offering multiple possibilities for users and connecting them with emergency services.

 
 
 
 
 

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