The Veloster has the largest standard multimedia touchscreen it its class. The MINI Cooper, MINI Clubman, VW Beetle and Honda CR-Z all offer a multimedia screen, but you'll have to pay extra for the privilege of adding it to your ride.
A Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) is the kind of high-performance technology that you might only find on high-end European machines, unless you're checking out Veloster. With smooth, quick and direct shifts it's definitely the way to go and the paddle shifters give you added control and a sportier driving experience. It's another desirable feature not offered by any other car in Veloster's class, including Scion tC or Honda CR-Z.
Let's face facts, coupes look cool. They're sleek but not very functional when you're traveling with friends. Veloster's three-door design offers good looks and easy access. Where else can you get a vehicle that's this unique, stylish and dare we say, practical? And the available 18-inch wheels with painted inserts add to Veloster's one-of-kind style.
And once you're inside the Veloster, you'll be amazed at how roomy it is. In fact, no other sporty compact car in its class has more total interior space. So, why would you and your friends put up with alternatives that cramp your style?
The Veloster's standard features list is packed with the kinds of things that you and your friends will actually appreciate. Innovative things you can hear, like SiriusXM® Satellite Radio and Pandora® capability. There's also performance gear you can see including beefy 17-inch alloy wheels, a dual centered chrome-tipped exhaust and a black rear spoiler.
Veloster's twin-scroll Turbo has more standard horsepower than the VW GTI and MINI Clubman S. And there's plenty of visual power to go with all of that horsepower. Veloster Turbo muscles-up with unique features including 18-inch alloy wheels; projector headlights with LED accents; unique front fascia and black grille, front fog lights and housing, plus rear diffuser and factory bodykit.