Mid-Engine Veloster Mule Spotted In Korea

Just to be clear, South, not North. I think the only Veloster mules they have in North Korea are actual mules named 'Veloster.' But this particular mule appears to be testing an actual, engine-behind-the-driver Veloster, presumably driving the rear wheels. In short, something that sounds like a hell of a lot of fun. » 3/30/15 7:05pm 3/30/15 7:05pm

My Dinner With Hyundai Product People

This past week, Hyundai brought me and a bunch of other auto journalists to a fancy, wood-slathered resort in San Diego to show off some of the new cars they've been building like the Veloster Turbo. As you'd expect, they did lots of feeding of us hungry, hungry writers. I took advantage of the opportunity with the… » 6/29/12 2:00pm 6/29/12 2:00pm

Hyundai Veloster Turbo: The Jalopnik Review

Hyundai can be thought of as a group of willful amnesiacs who happen to build cars. Outside of old fellows in Argentina with oddly Teutonic accents, I can't think of a group of people less willing to talk about their past. We all know Hyundai wasn't always a name associated with not-being-a-miserable-piece-of-crap,… » 6/27/12 12:00pm 6/27/12 12:00pm

Seoul Motor Show: The Hyundai Veloster Concept

Another day, another concept car from the Seoul auto show. This one is the Veloster, a surprisingly generic product of Hyundai's Design and Technical Center in Namyang. It's powered by a 2.0-liter four from Hyundai's Nanyang-based rally program, hooked to a five speed transbox. No word on what the Veloster might… » 4/06/07 6:37pm 4/06/07 6:37pm