Hyundai Veloster Convertible – Artist Rendring
Hyundai Veloster Convertible in the works?
Hyundai has spent the last few years re-thinking and re-designing their vehicles, and the result has been a meteoric rise in sales and acclaim.
They seem to go out of their way to flip the car manufacturing world on its head, and that was no more apparent than when they released the Veloster coupe, with its unique 3-door exterior design.
When you think three doors, there is normally a hatchback involved, but in the case of the Hyundai Veloster, the number 3 meant two doors on the right and one on the left.
Designer idea of Veloster cabrio
The unique design turned some folks off, but the 136 horsepower of the regular Veloster, combined with the standard fuel economy and great price that comes with every Hyundai meant that it became a big hit with the buying public.
So much so in fact that Hyundai has plans to introduce a Turbo version later in the year, which will introduce a sportier appeal to go with its other great features.
The buzz surrounding the release of the Hyundai Turbo is huge among Hyundai fans, and it has become a little louder since there has been some speculation that a convertible version may not be that far behind.
The rumor mill really got rolling after an artist submitted a topless version of the Veloster for an online contest.
The picture of the Hyundai Veloster convertible actually looked so real that many folks took it to be an actual model that had somehow been snapped during a test run in the development stage.
The excitement around how amazing the cabriolet version of the Veloster looks hasn’t been lost on executives at Hyundai, and there are many that believe that there actually is a version in the works.
It’s pure coincidence that an artist rendition would coincide with something in development, but it’s enough to shine a light on Hyundai to see if they are ready to give the buying public what they really want.
Time will only tell if Hyundai Veloster cabriolet is something that will ever see the light of day, but if it does, that is when the real question will start to be asked. What came first, the Photoshop design or the real thing? [Photosource: theophiluschin]