Hyundai Rolls Out the Veloster Turbo Facelift in Korea

by SpeedLux

Believe it or not, the Veloster is more than likely one of the bestselling vehicle models that the South Korean automaker, Hyundai, has ever built so far. With that being said, it is only appropriate for the company to give the car some rather special treatments. On that note, the company has now officially rolled out a facelifted version of the Veloster Turbo in its home country, South Korea. The facelift incorporates some mechanical besides visual modifications.

Speaking of the visual modifications, Hyundai has only applied some minor tweaks on the exterior of the vehicle. Unlike before, the car now comes with a visible silver trim on its front grille. In addition to that, the headlamps can also be seen sporting a new design. The fog lamps on the front bumper have also received a similar redesigning treatment. Taking a quick look at the car, it is visible that it sits on a set of bespoke alloy wheels with a fresh, new design.

Yet, when customers step their feet into the cabin of the vehicle, they will get to enjoy the comfort offered by a set of sports seats inside it. To make things even better, the South Korean automaker is offering customers with three paint job options for the seats of the vehicle.

Going under the hood of the car, customers will be able to expect the sensation of a 1.6L 4-cylinder T-GDi engine with turbocharger. Mated to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, the engine is capable of bursting out a total power output of 204 hp. Unfortunately, for the European variant of this facelifted Veloster from Hyundai, the power output is rated at just 186 hp.

Nonetheless, there is one thing that is very unique about this 2015 Hyundai Veloster Turbo facelift. It is that the car comes with an engine sound equalizer. This enables driver of the car to choose the engine sounds he prefers to hear. In total, there are six sounds to choose from.

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