The redesigned three-door (or is it four?) 2019 Hyundai Veloster costs $19,385 and will go on sale this summer, the automaker said Tuesday. That price represents a $400 hike over the 2017 model, but it nets buyers more power, updated safety features, and a new design.
All versions of the Veloster now include automatic emergency braking, an important safety feature that was previously unavailable. Like the outgoing Veloster, the new model features just three passenger doors. From the driver’s side, it looks like a coupe. From the passenger’s side, it has two doors.
A 6-speed automatic transmission runs an extra $1,000 for the base Veloster. From there, the lineup climbs to the automatic-only Veloster Premium for $23,635. The Premium trim level includes niceties such as blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alerts, 18-inch alloy wheels, an 8.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment, Infinity speakers, a moonroof, and cloth/synthetic leather