Capitalizing on the successes of the Hyundai i20 in the World Rally Championship, the Veloster N is ready to take Hyundai to the next level. Veloster N was born in Namyang, Hyundai’s global R&D center, and was thoroughly honed at its Nurburgring-based testing center in Germany. It’s also no surprise that with the assistance of Albert Biermann, formerly of the BMW M-division, the Veloster is a true evolution for the funky three-door hot hatch. One look at the expansive and aggressive grill that covers massive intakes and an intercooler, or at the large diameter dual exhaust, will tell you this Veloster breathes deep and makes the right kinds of sounds you expect from a turbo-charged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine. From a driving standpoint, the Veloster N features details – such as a six-speed manual, oversized brakes, and a electronically controlled suspension – that make each unexplored road a new adventure.