Facelifted Hyundai Veloster Turbo Launched in South Korea
Hyundai has released an updated version of its Veloster Turbo model. The car will be seen only in South Korea and it is specifically intended for this market. The refreshed Veloster aims to catch the attention of younger customers, those who are in their twenties and thirties. The new edition of the vehicle has already been launched and on sale in the country, since 16th of January.
2015 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Facelift received some styling upgrades that need to be addressed. The exterior styling improvements included feature silver trim on the front grille which refreshes the front fascia as well as blackish allows in new multispoke design.
The headlight graphics has been also updated as well as the fog lights. Hyundai has continued with the changes inside. The cabin now features new sports seats that will be offered in three different color finishes.
More importantly, the Veloster has been given world's first engine sound equalizer. It allows drivers to adjust the level of the sound of the powertrain. There are six different sounds offered.The car is driven by the 1.6-liter T-GDi turbo gasoline engine, which produces 204 hp (150 kW). The unit is coupled with a seven-speed double clutch transmission (DCT).
Hyundai will offer the Veloster Turbo Facelift in three trim versions. The starting price of the Unique trim is 19.95 million won which equals $18,550 USD, 20.95 million won or $19,480 USD) for the PYL and 21.55 million won ($20,040 USD) for the PYL DCT trim level.
Source: Hyundai via thekoreancarblog