If you are looking for an actual performance car than there are lots of options for you - and the Veloster Turbo is not one of them.
When it comes to performance cars you have 3 real options; the BMW M3, the Porsche 911 and the Chevrolet Corvette. There are countless other performance cars that people go on about but only these 3 can be raced reliably and win the big races. All of the other performance cars are also-rans. And frankly everything but a Chevrolet Corvette is an also-ran. A stock Corvette will smoke every BMW and Porsche except a special race Porsche. A Z06 Corvette will smoke every Porsche and all but the most expensive Ferrari and Lamborghini and it will chase them to the nearest garage as they break down.
The Hyundai Veloster Turbo will chase those Mustangs, Camaros and especially that Neon SRT4 to the junkyard. All 3 of those cars are pretty much gone now. The Camaro was the worst. The GM build quality was horrible, the interiors fell apart, they shoved that huge V-8 so far back that you couldn't change the spark plugs and there was 4 feet of nose in the front and the ride was horrible. Those Mustangs held up a little better but even though they sold millions of them they are all in the junkyard now. They just fell off the map. Part of their charm was that they were simple and used a common platform so they should last - but they didn't. The Neon SRT4 was obviously a hand grenade that we knew wouldn't last. Remember all those old Dodge Shelby Turbo FWD cars?
Speaking of hand grenades, the Subaru WRX. That is/was a great car. The first couple generations of them seemed to hold up, being Subarus and all. They are all gone now too.
Is your car reliable? It has the best warranty. Is your car reliable or is your warranty reliable? So the Honda commercial asks. That's a stupid question. If your car is reliable you have no problem offering a huge warranty because you know that you won't have to honor it.
That's why I chose Hyundai.