Only the 275-hp Veloster N model is sticking around for the 2022 model year because Hyundai is prioritizing its Venue and Kona SUVs.
UPDATE 7/12/21: Hyundai has discontinued the Veloster’s 2.0, 2.0 Premium, R-Spec, Turbo and Ultimate models for the 2022 model year, leaving only the high-performance Veloster N. A Hyundai spokesperson told Car and Driver that when this story initially published, Hyundai was still evaluating by trim level, and now, due to market demand, it decided to only offer the N model for the 2022 model year.
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