Hyundai releases 2013 Veloster Turbo.
Hyundai releases for Highly-Anticipated 2013 Veloster Turbo
Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. announced today that the highly anticipated 2013 Veloster Turbo will be priced at $ 25,999 when it arrives in Canada next month. This forced induction followed popular three-door Veloster adds more power while providing a more aggressive exterior styling and improved driving dynamics.
Available in one trim level, the Veloster Turbo comes packed with an unprecedented level of standard equipment for the segment. Exclusive Turbo features include inside and outside. A new hexagonal grille, sculpted side skirts, a rear diffuser with twin exhaust pipes mounted in the center, alloy wheels, 18-inch chrome inserts and projector lights with LED accents to differentiate the standard model Veloster Turbo. Inside, unique two-tone leather seats with "Turbo" stitching matches a group of new emission instruments darker interior finish to give the car a more premium. As with all Tech Veloster features include a navigation system with 7.0-inch touch screen with rearview camera, 450-watt audio system with high-end Dimension eight speakers, Bluetooth ® proximity keyless entry with button ignition, heated front seats, leather steering wheel, alloy pedals and more.
A change in the philosophy of modern Prime Hyundai, matte painting business first be offered in the Veloster Turbo. A feature usually found in luxury sedans and sports cars much more expensive, dull gray will be available as an option for $ 1000. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, while a six-speed automatic transmission can be selected for $ 1,250.
Twin-turbocharged and GDI technology
2013 Veloster Turbo features a highly advanced 1.6-liter gasoline turbo direct injection (GDI) four-cylinder engine producing 201 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 195 lb-ft of torque between 1750 rpm and 4500 rpm on regular fuel minutes . Although energy production by 46 percent more than its naturally aspirated counterpart, the Veloster Turbo is estimated to consume only 7.5 L/100 km city and 5.2 l/100 km on the highway when equipped with the six-speed manual transmission as standard. Hyundai 1.6-liter Gamma GDI engine-T is equipped with a twin-scroll turbocharger that when combined with dual continuously variable valve timing (D-CVVT) GDI system and ensures the delivery of power almost instantly with minimal turbo lag .
Hyundai twin-scroll turbocharger uses a unique, industry-first design to optimize performance and durability. In Veloster Turbo exhaust manifold stainless steel turbocharger housing and are cast in a single piece design. The result of this patented design is a drastic reduction in the weight and cost associated with the durability of the turbocharger housing.
It also contributes to performance injection impressive Veloster direct TBi (GDI). By precisely injecting fuel directly into the combustion chamber at pressures up to 2175 psi, GDI allows better control of the fuel mixture at the optimum time, thus improving efficiency. Fuel is injected by a camshaft for driving the high pressure pump and the heads of the pistons are "cup" to increase the combustion efficiency of each cylinder. Using a 9.5:1 compression higher than normal, Veloster Turbo produces output of the best in their specific class 125.6 horsepower per liter.
Six-speed manual or automatic
To handle the increased power and support the commitment of Hyundai to manufacture fuel-efficient vehicles, Veloster Turbo is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission as standard or available six-speed automatic transmission. The manual gearbox is a larger format index distribution which is found in the naturally aspirated Veloster (5.71 vs 5.25) to better distribute the additional torque, the turbo engine.
The Veloster Turbo can also be mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC ® manual control and steering wheel paddle levers. This replaces the standard transmission Veloster echoshift DCT based fuel economy because it can better handle the increased output torque of the turbo engine. The gear ratio spread on the automatic transmission is slightly narrower than the DCT (6.0 vs. 6.38) to keep the engine in its power range for a gear change.
New aggressive exterior design
A bigger, bolder hexagonal front grille, sculpted side skirts and new rear bumper with diffuser vents dynamics that lead in the bottom fairing Veloster Turbo more aggressive appearance and excellent aerodynamic stability compared to the standard model naturally aspirated. To satisfy fans, plus the Turbo variant centrally mounted, dual exhaust outlets provide a sportier look and more robust. The Veloster Turbo The new headlight projectors incorporate eight different accents each LED light signature for a single. A new 18-inch alloy wheels with chrome inserts towers in the list of exterior modifications.
In addition to the aggressive appearance is the suspension setup of the Veloster finely tuned. Veloster Turbo features a quicker ratio steering support for the standard car and calibration management revised according to both provide drivers with information management and precise control when cornering. To ensure Veloster Turbo convinced stopping ability to match its growing power, ventilated front brake rotors has been extended by 20 mm (300 mm) compared to the standard car.
Velosters All are equipped with a MacPherson strut front suspension with coil springs and gas shock absorbers incorporating a front stabilizer bar and 24 mm. The rear suspension is a torsion axle lightweight V-Beam with coil springs and monotube shocks. The rear suspension 23 mm straps integrated stabilizer bar torque arms for greater rigidity and greater control over the roller.
World-class weight efficiency
The class weight efficiency is a global objective of the program for all Hyundai models. The benefit of weight reduction is doubled, which increases performance and fuel economy. With a curb weight of only 1255 kg, Veloster is 62 kg lighter than the Honda Civic Si Coupe and 121 pounds lighter than the Volkswagen GTI. This priority effective weight allows the Veloster Turbo to deliver a dynamic combination of agility, performance and fuel economy.
Standard safety technology
Veloster has an exceptional level of standard safety features in the compact coupe segment. A Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) system to optimally manages ESC (Electronic Stability Control) and the steering motor Driven (CDM) to help the driver maintain vehicle control in slippery conditions or in the fast corners. If the vehicle loses traction, VSM can offer up to eight Nm against the steering effort to help keep them on the road. A traction control system (ASR) is also included.
Veloster features six airbags, including two front bumper front seat-mounted and side curtains. A bundle of prior art four wheel disc brakes provides the ability to stop safely. The lock Braking System (ABS) with electronic force distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA). EBD evaluates the impact of vehicle load on weight distribution and adjusts the braking force between front and rear axles. In an emergency braking situation, Brake Assist ensures maximum braking force is applied. As indicated above, all these safety devices are standard equipment.
List Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price:
2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo
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Veloster Turbo 6MT $ 25.999
Veloster Turbo 6AT $ 27.249