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2016 Veloster Rally Car Has Street Cred


Street Racers Beware, This Little Hyundai Has Some Pop

Building on the reputation established by the Veloster Turbo R-Spec, the new Hyundai Veloster Rally Edition has undergone a suspension tune-up on the stabilizer bar, dampers and springs to deliver quicker response and surer handling. New, lighter wheels also reduce the overall weight by 20 pounds while providing a classic sports car look. The Rally Edition only comes in matte blue with a black leather interior. Blue accents really make the seats stand out, while floor mats with an embroidered logo add to the uniqueness of this vehicle. Finally, a B&M shifter provides short throws between all six speeds, helping you to get the best performance out of the 1.6-liter Gamma engine. Take a 2016 Hyundai Veloster Rally Edition for a test drive at Chapman Hyundai to see what fun is all about.

Flowing Design Continues From Front to Back

Looking somewhat like a racing bike on steroids, the new Veloster has a fluid sculpting design that starts at the front fascia, continues through the wrap around headlights and bulging wheel wells to a sudden stop at the rear. Even the seats are poetry in motion, sculpted with large bolsters to hold you in place while putting the vehicle through its paces on an isolated mountain road. Active Sound Design enhances the throaty roar of this little race car throughout the cabin so you can actually feel the power you unleash with ever push of the accelerator.

Turbo Model Features Torque Vectoring Control

If you decide on the Veloster Turbo Edition, you’ll be receiving a technological innovation known as Torque Vectoring Control. TVC works closely with electronic stability control to help you maintain an upright position when attacking corners with perhaps more speed than your experience allows. Wheel sensors are tied to algorithms to apply the brakes to the inside wheel when you take a corner a bit too quickly. While hitting the brakes on the inside wheel, TVC applies power to the outside wheel, providing more grip and allowing you to accelerate cleanly out of the turn.

Velosters are Sporty, But Safety Still Rules

With a standard rearview camera, stability management system and electronic stability control, the Veloster puts a premium on protecting all the occupants. Hyundai knows that the desire to go faster than prudent is one of the fallbacks of a sports car, so stability management helps control the vehicle in the result of a skid or a sudden lane change. All the Velosters also have six airbags, located in the front and on the sides. Four-wheel disc brakes and electronic brake-force distribution help stop your vehicle smoothly in a short distance. See the beauty and functionality of a 2016 Hyundai Veloster for yourself with a trip to Chapman Hyundai.

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