Hyundai released more teaser images of the 2019 Veloster ahead of its debut at the upcoming North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) this month. Unlike the previous photos, this particular set gives us a sneak peak of the next-generation’s rather futuristic interior design.
The cabin gains striking changes that screams a sporty yet stylish appeal compared to the previous model. It acquires a new two-tone trim wherein the driver’s side of the cabin is dominantly clad in red with gray accents, while the front passenger gets a reversed color scheme.
Not only that, the dashboard seems to have sleeker horizontal air conditioning vents instead of the usual trapezoidal shape seen in its predecessor. Speaking of shapes, the 2019 Veloster also gets a hexagonal frame for the instrument cluster, which is also found on its new race car-like steering wheel.
Apart from the interior, Hyundai also published several photos teasing the Veloster’s exterior silhouette. The images show a more curvy overall structure compared to the outgoing model. They also showcase a new front and rear layout, still conforming to the Korean brand’s ‘Fluidic Design.’
With its energetic cabin and masculine exterior, we can’t wait to see the 2019 Veloster in its final form on its debut in a few day’s time. These changes certainly contribute to make the sporty hatchback more appealing not just on the outside, but also on the inside.
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