2021 Hyundai Veloster N: Yup, it’s still great!

Hyundai added the option of an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission to the Veloster N. Does that sap the joy? Nope! In fact, it opens up the appeal of the car to a wider audience.

Here in the States, the 2021 Hyundai Veloster N is *the* hot hatch to buy, no doubt about it.

[Disclaimer: Hyundai tossed us the keys to the 2021 Veloster N and included a full tank of fuel.]

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One response to “2021 Hyundai Veloster N: Yup, it’s still great!”

  1. Sjalabais Avatar

    Finally got around to see this, your comparison to the GTI is interesting for us Urobeans. When VW’s CEO Winterkorn was filmed checking a Hyundai, saying “Why can’t we do that?” about a technicality with the steering wheel adjustment, car Germany was thrown into a mental crisis:

    …and for the last year or so, more and more bloogers and autojournos have dared to hint at, or downright say that Hyundai is beating its same class German competition – VW and Opel. This doesn’t translate to sales quite as much as one would think just yet, but especially VW has to up their game just to stay competitive. That is before thinking about the EV revolution ahead, being cemented into policy, with strong competition from China showing up.

    But, yeah, the Veloster N seems like a great hatch. Not sure if that massive wing is necessary or just show, but it’s the only thing I would change. The half-door makes sense for kids, groceries, dogs, whatever.

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