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Hyundai brought out its new Veloster compact car and it's ready for production.
The Veloster looks, at first, like a three door hatchback.
Walk around to the passenger side and you'll see that the Veloster has an extra door. This asymmetrical design aids in rear passenger entrance and egress.
The Veloster has a low slung design and a high beltline. Also check out the center exhaust tips.
At the other end, the Veloster features a dramatic interpretation of Hyundai's "fluidic sculpture" design language, with deep creases and rear swept headlamps.
The Veloster's hood features a pair of faux vents on its hood, lending to its sporty appearance.
The Veloster features an insect-like appearance. Perhaps it's the grasshopper shade of green.
A spacious hatch can be further expanded thanks to fold down rear seats.
Yes, that's a six-speed manual transmission.
The Veloster will also be the first production vehicle to feature Hyundai's new Blue Link telematics and infotainment system.
Large 17-inch wheels feature inset color accents.
The 2012 Veloster hits showroom floors later this year at an MSRP of about $17k.
At the 2012 Detroit Auto Show, Hyundai unveiled the Veloster, a sporty compact with an asymmetrical door configuration.