The 2021 Hyundai Veloster has a secret. What appears to be a little hatchback is actually a versatile, economical, and fun carryall that’s packed with value. Unlike just about every other car on the road, the Veloster has three doors, not two or four. This fits well into a design ethos that blends a swoopy coupe-like profile with a rear hatch area.
The 3-door setup comes via a single door on the driver’s side and two on the passenger side.
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