Hyundai is launching the 2022 Hyundai Veloster N this year, which is a new model. The hot-hatch N will be available this year in 275 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque configurations. This new generation of the Veloster has created a much more athletic vehicle, than most of its competitors in its segment.
The standard four-cylinder and non-turbo models are no longer available. However, this shift in strategy has allowed the automaker to broaden the appeal of its performance model. They have offered a wider choice of transmission options including our tester’s outstanding 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. It is highly favored among those who want to drive automatic transmission.
The Hyundai Veloster has always been reasonably spacious. This is the reason it was an instant success amongst American buyers. With this 2022 iteration, the same ethos was carried forward giving it ample room for four passengers. There’s decent room for the passengers and above-average headroom, with the rear seats best reserved for children or shorter adults.
Hyundai is a well-known brand for its quality and safety features. The 2022 Hyundai Veloster N provides a plethora of driver-assistance features to enable safe driving, including forward collision warning and lane-keeping assist.
The Veloster N has always been an excellent example of the dynamic handling and braking capabilities of the segment, and this extends to its 2022 redesign. The 13.6" and 12.4" front and rear rotor anchors down as they are quick to respond with an excellent bite while exhibiting great progression at the same time. The 2022 Hyundai Veloster N turned out to be the best value-for-money moniker. The vehicle is priced starting at $32,500.
The Hyundai Veloster N, a current model that has remained consistently relevant for three years running still looks very funky a fun-to-drive turbo car despite its age!
As a result of the Veloster N’s release, Hyundai has managed to tick all the boxes on buyers’ lists for an exciting, packed, and safe yet driver-friendly option in the subcompact segment.