Hyundai officially presents the Veloster RE:FLEX Edition at the Chicago Auto Show. The South Korean model comes with a 1.6-liter petrol engine producing 132 horsepower and 162 Nm of torque for a fuel economy of 31 mpg combined.
The four-cylinder unit is linked to a six-speed dual-clutch transmission but the main selling point is not under the hood.
This special model stands out thanks to the exterior and interior styling tweaks. We talk about 18-inch alloy wheels, revised headlights and chrome inserts.
Inside, buyers will get a leather-wrapped steering wheel, piano black trim, a new audio system, alloy pedals and new leather seats. Illuminated sill plates are also available as well as new floor mats.
Pricing details on the new Hyundai Veloster RE:FLEX Edition were not released yet but we do know that only 3,000 vehicles will be built.