Inside, the Hyundai Veloster delivers as much fun for passengers as it does for drivers. With a 7” multimedia touch screen with video playback, 7-speaker system with subwoofer, Bluetooth streaming and USB/Aux everyone’s connected. Fingertip controls include the start/stop button for convienient keyless engine ignition. Another button opens back the full-length panoramic sunroof. The centre facia looks like the fuel tank of a racing motorbike. The rear load space is enormous and with 60:40 split seats it just gets bigger. Luxuriously upholstered sport bucket seats for driver and passenger just add to the feeling that the Veloster is a car you can’t wait to get in.
A power-seat function allows the drivers seat to be adjusted at the touch of a button. Added to that, is a power lumbar-support in the seats which helps to provide excellent support and comfort for the lower back.
Bolstered sports bucket-seats for the driver and front passenger enhance the coupé feel and provide high levels of support to reduce fatigue during long journeys.
Distinctive alloy-pedals complement the sports flair in the interior and enhance the sporty driving experience.
Remote control switches on the steering wheel provide you with fingertip-control over the operation of the audio and Bluetooth® functions, as well as the cruise-control and trip computer. This makes long distance driving less strenuous and more enjoyable, and keeps your eyes on the road.
Displaying information on a 7" LCD touchscreen, the multimedia system supports a range of advanced applications and systems.
Starting the Veloster’s engine is as simple as pushing the start-button while the key is still in your pocket or bag.
Once you’ve set the desired temperature, the auto air-conditioning system takes care of the rest, ensuring the interior climate remains constant and comfortable.
The high-tech in-dash 7" LCD colour touch-screen Satellite Navigation system is loaded with NAVTEQ New Zealand street maps to help you find your way. It also incorporates SUNA GPS Live Traffic updates - a kiwi first - which offers you up-to-the-minute information on traffic.