The Veloster's suspension and steering tunes are unique for the Turbo model and offer noticeable improvement. Step outside of the performance envelope and the stability control system will snatch the power away most abruptly.
No surprises here: the Veloster uses a tried and true two-dial instrument panel with a speedometer, a tachometer, and an LCD in the middle displaying fuel, temperature, and trip computer data. A boost gauge would be a nice way to make this performance variant feel special, but the Veloster doesn't have one.
The touch screen comes standard, but navigation does not -- you'll have to pay extra for the maps. The Veloster's navigation system features three-quarter view maps in addition to the standard 2D maps and also supports SiriusXM NavTraffic.
Blue Max is a green driving game that requires one button tap to play. After hitting Start, simply drive around and Blue Max will evaluate your driving efficiency for 10 minutes and assign a score. The object of the game is to save fuel and beat your high score.