With just over two weeks to go until the start of the 2011 Detroit Auto Show, we can now see that Hyundai has been teasing us with an image and a video of their new sports coupe. Only last month Hyundai revealed the new 2011 Elantra – so they have certainly been busy. Up until now we had no idea as to the name of the new vehicle, but Jeff Glucker from Engadget has learned from the Korean Automaker that the car is to be called the Veloster.
Looking at the video that we have embedded for you below Hyundai is not giving much away, as they have kept things very dark. We can tell right away that the automaker has not spent much on making the video – seems like they have gone for the subtle / intriguing approach instead.
The video starts off very dark and then you will be met with a number of captions at the bottom, such as fuel-economy and those sexy blue LED lights at the front. Engadget has updated their post, as two readers have managed to work on a still taken from the video and made them much lighter, this allows us to see the outline of the Hyundai Veloster.
Drew Johnson from Left lane News has been looking at some of the facts and figures of the Veloster, and we were interested to learn that it will be not only cheaper than the Genesis coupe, but more fuel efficient as well. With just 18 days and 2 hours to go, we are sure that you can hold off until then, which is when we will be able to offer you more details.
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