Since 2011 the South-Korean car manufacturer have been rolling the Hyundai Veloster off the production line and selling them all around the world.
The model was a replacement for the discontinued Tiburon line after 22 years of service and upgrades.
The Veloster is aimed for the youth market with a fun image and features popular with younger drivers such as a panoramic sunroof and the choice of bright color schemes.
The first generation was limited in the choice of engines that can be chosen, it was a 1.6 litre only but you had the option of the fuel type and a possible turbocharger for gasoline (turbo is standard for diesel).
Transmission was a 6 speed manual, automatic or dual-clutch with the option of upgrading to a 7 speed dual-clutch.
Many special editions were released for the first generation including a rally version that featured the turbo engine with up-rated suspension.
When the second generation Veloster became available in 2018 the line-up of possible engines became more vast with a smaller 1.4 litre now available and a 2 litre gasoline or 2 litre turbo-diesel.
The transmissions were also revised with much more advanced units now available taking the gears up to a possible 8 with the dual clutch gearbox.
Safety ratings for the Hyundai Veloster have always been good scoring 5 out of 5 with Euro NCAP and only falling a little behind when it comes to pedestrian tests.