An original three-door design is only one of the many interesting and convenient features of Hyundai's new Volester. According to the automaker, the front design of the vehicle is inspired by the visor of a motorcycle helmet, and its inside center stack is designed to feel like the gas tank of a motorcycle, according to USA Today.
The Veloster doesn't just boast a fun, original design. In addition to getting an impressive 40 miles per gallon on the highway, the Veloster features a 138-horsepower engine and a dual-clutch transmission. It also has a variety of technological gadgets that should appeal to those young or simply young at heart, including a "Blue Link" communications system and Pandora internet radio. The hidden rear passenger side door is designed for convenient access to the back seats of the vehicle.
Young drivers with little credit history or bad credit history may be interested in researching their car finance options for the Veloster. It's affordably priced, and should be within the range of many budgets with the help of an online car loan.