2016 Hyundai Veloster Interior
The Veloster's unique 3-door design with glass rear hatch and available panoramic sunroof combine to impressive effect by giving Veloster a roomy and enjoyable interior. There are also split fold-down rear seatbacks to make room for the gear for those great adventures.
Finally, an audio system that sounds great and is up to the challenge of playing along with your life. The 450-watt Dimension AM/FM/SiriusXM/CD/MP3 audio system* delivers plenty of power with 8 speakers-including an 8-inch subwoofer. Your audio options include streaming music via Bluetooth, equipped mobile phones, playing compact discs or connecting devices like your iPod.
Veloster comes complete with steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, cruise control, and an integrated Bluetooth hands-free phone system with voice recognition and phonebook transfer. The controls you access most often are right at your fingertips, so you can get the most out of every drive and keep distractions to a minimum.
Make the most of your own personal safety features: your eyes and ears. When you engage reverse gear, the standard rearview camera sends a live feed to the 7-inch touchscreen in the center console. Superimposed guides aid in backing up while available warning sensors sound to help you avoid obstacles.
With class-above comforts and technology in an affordable package, there's no question that we fit a lot of premium extras into a compact car. That's a challenge that our designers and engineers are used to overcoming. Want to learn more about how we design roomier vehicles that offer more value?
Check out the sport bucket seats and you'll notice the substantial cushioning and purpose-built side bolsters. Comfortable for the long haul, these bucket seats hold you tight through the corners and are always supportive.
Some people were just meant for the big screen. Access all of your information and entertainment options via Veloster's standard multimedia LCD touchscreen that measures 7 inches with rearview camera. Oh, did we mention that it's an extra-cost option on Honda CR-Z?