Hyundai has been discovered testing its second-gen Veloster in California once again. Spectators noticed the disguised left-hand-drive engineering mule, which drops a hint that a revolutionary redesign isn’t probable.
Most probably the 2018 Hyundai Veloster will preserve its unusual four-door hatchback body style. It will come without a driver-side rear passenger door.
Compared to the regular Veloster, a few notable changes to the exterior might emerge, including the cascading family grille, set to become the car maker’s signature design element, having debuted on the i30 earlier this month.
Apart from that, the pictures disclosed that the rear end seems to be wider and lower than before, while the front wheel arches have turned to be less distinct.
Longer horizontal tail-lights substitute the predecessor’s rounder-looking units, although a coupe-like roofline along with central twin-exhaust tips are present again.
For the 2018 Hyundai Veloster the car maker has picked up a four-cylinder petrol i30 powertrain, ensuring 120kW or 150kW, depending on the specification.