The Hyundai Veloster Turbo bears the weight of being the first legitimate Korean performance car to hit the Australian market. As a result, it’s likely to be compared to everything from European hot-hatches to upcoming rear-wheel-drive coupe offerings from the Japanese.
Entering the hot-hatch segment is a tough gig. The Europeans have dominated it for as long as it has existed while the Koreans are only now beginning their journey. Although the continuing success that Hyundai has experienced over the past decade has been due to production of consistently well-priced and reliable vehicles, the performance sector is an entirely different kettle of fish – a place where buyers have completely different motivations.
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