Hyundai launches sales of its all-new ’12 Veloster 3-door sporty coupe/hatchback in Korea today, with prices ranging 19 million-21 million won ($17,250 and $18,600). Deliveries of the B-car will be limited to 18,000 units annually in Korea to “optimize its premium value,” a spokesman tells Ward’s. The auto maker invested 270 billion won ($240 million) over a 40-month period to develop the new vehicle. The front-wheel-drive Veloster, with two doors on the passenger side and one on the ...
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