- Hyundai has confirmed to Car and Driver that the standard Veloster will be available for the 2022 model year after reports it might be discontinued.
- Some versions will be dropped, however, the spokesperson said, but wouldn’t specify which.
- The 2021 Veloster starts at $19,905 for the base 2.0 model equipped with the standard six-speed manual transmission.
The standard Hyundai Veloster might be overlooked by the high-performance, 275-hp Veloster N, which just finished our 40,000-mile long-term test, but that doesn’t mean Hyundai isn’t committed to it. After news reports surfaced that the Korean automaker could be discontinuing Veloster models other than the N, a spokesperson confirmed to Car and Driver that the Veloster will live to see the 2022 model year.
Hyundai says that it will offer fewer trim levels for the 2022 model year, but wouldn’t specify which ones will go away. The Veloster, now in its second generation, is