• gillette Posted: 12/8/2009 4:43pm PST

    Yeah, I think Hyundai has figured out that there is a real market for sporty smaller cars....especially if the price is modest and it's fuel efficient. I would definately consider buying one, especially if a decent version can be had for under $20,000. Hopefully they will offer a six-speed, and at least 150 hp in the 2.0 liter version. I read elsewhere that it would come with a 1.6, in which case I would expect less hp, unless it's a turbo.

  • automaan Posted: 12/8/2009 3:25pm PST

    IF there was a vote for most improved car company Hyndai would be it. The new Veloster looks like a real winner

  • Limousine Liberal Posted: 12/8/2009 2:57pm PST

    I am still amazed at how far Hyundai has come - as a brand and obviously with the quality / stature of their line up. Have to say, the concept version of this one is not necessarily my taste. Will be curious to see how the production model ultimately turns out.

  • greedo Posted: 12/8/2009 2:55pm PST

    Looks like Honda is going to have their hands full with this against the CR-Z. This thing looks good. Lets hope the final version doesn't stray too far from the concept.

  • Java Junkie Posted: 12/8/2009 2:55pm PST

    Looks good-definitely priced right!

  • Berm Vinegary Posted: 12/8/2009 2:54pm PST

    So they put wheels on a doorstop?

  • tee Posted: 12/8/2009 2:51pm PST

    What is up with that interior? Pink?