Quick, athletic, and surprisingly refined, it’s every bit the serious driver’s car.
In this gotta-have-an-SUV market, we should be thankful that the new Hyundai Veloster N exists—whether or not it’s any good. Scrappy little hatchbacks with stoked engines and Olympic-grade chassis are anything but a priority for manufacturers; they’re following the money into the tall, boxy segments. Ford, for instance, is currently in the process of dumping its Focus ST/RS and Fiesta ST hot rods from the U.S. market, along with the mainstream versions of those small cars, while it just introduced an Edge ST performance crossover.
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