The Hyundai Veloster is known for its cool three-door design and the outgoing model spiced things up with a turbocharged four-cylinder model.
This time around, the all-new Hyundai Veloster is available elsewhere in the world with a fire-cracking version of the i30 N’s engine, but Australia misses out on that. Instead we’re given the option of a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol and a turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol.
So, how does this fast looking car without a fast engine go? We get behind the wheel of the entry-level, six-speed manual 2.0-litre Hyundai Veloster to see whether it’s worth your cash.
Watch our detailed review in the video above, then check out our detailed written review of the 2020 Hyundai Veloster 2.0 when you’re done.