The 2012 Hyundai Veloster is a unique type of car. The Hyundai Veloster comes with a third door on the right side of the car, adding more room and an unusual style to the car. The Hyundai Veloster has the smallest Hyundai engine. What makes the Hyundai Veloster stand out are all the electronic features it has, such as:
- A standard seven-inch multi-function touch-screen display with Pandora internet radio capability,
- Gracenote display technology with voice recognition,
- Virtual CD downloading,
- AVI and mpeg video playback via USB,
- video game console connectivity with a 115-volt outlet,
- and Bluetooth hands-free phone system with voice recognition.
The Hyundai Veloster also has Blue Link functions such as, an automatic crash notification and assistance, emergency assistance and roadside assistance. Also with Blue Link, one can lock and unlock the car doors through just a telephone number. One can also use a social networking site to tell people where the Hyundai Veloster is located.
What is really cool for parents (though not for their children) is that Blue Link can inform the car owner when the Hyundai Veloster leaves a certain area and at what time, so not only can sometime find out if their car is gone, they can know what time it was gone (which can let parents know how late their child is up), and if the person driving the car was going faster than the preset speed. Who knew that your car is able to inform you that your kid didn’t listen to you.
With all these cool features, come 2012, you know what car you need to buy (hint: it starts with the letter V).