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Chicago Auto Show Gets Hyundai Veloster RE:FLEX Edition On The Limelight

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Hyundai’s “anti-halo” car has another particular edition, just released in Chicago. Feast your eyes on the limited-run Hyundai Veloster RE: FLEX Release, a follow-up to last year’s RE: Combine Edition. Hyundai heeded phone calls from Veloster customers who wanted types more exclusive and unique than standard Velosters.

Fundamentally, what we have here is a typical Veloster with much of the car’s $1,800 Style Deal and some Turbo-only features as standard. It is the Veloster for those who want the advantages of a Turbo without paying for that Turbo badge.

Projector headlamps (previously a Turbo-only characteristic), fog lighting, chrome-finished 18-inches alloy rims, illuminated entrance sills, stainless door manages and hood accents, and RE: FLEX badging are standard. RE: FLEX represents the first time a non-Turbo Veloster has been designed with leather sitting, offered either in red or black. Also gleaned from your Style Deal are keyboard black indoor accents, leather-based-covered steering wheel and shift knob, and an intelligent up driver’s window.

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Audiophiles will be happy not to pay out Turbo prices for RE: FLEX’s 450-watt Dimension superior audio system with eight loudspeakers and subwoofer.

The RE: FLEX will make use of the same 1.6-liter, 4-tube motor as on standard Velosters, but it’ll come standard with six-speed EcoShift dual-clutch transmitting, something that is normally a choice.

Customers may have five colors choices: Century White, Vitamin C (orange), Extremely Black, and Boston Reddish colored. Only one shade is only at RE: FLEX: Ice Pearl. It’s too bad these are the only alternatives. Special editions like this are great opportunities to offer you colors not on Veloster’s palette, such as the Genesis Coupe’s Tsukuba Reddish colored or Ibiza Blue, or anything crazy to add to the car’s exclusivity.

Costs hasn’t however been announced, but the manual transmission RE: MIX started out at $20,845. Since RE: FLEX is the same idea, I’d expect it to be in that ballpark. If you’re interested in the RE: FLEX, you’d greater pounce quickly. Only 3,000 models will be developed when it hits dealers early in the year.

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