The South Korean automaker and the second largest car manufacturer in India, Hyundai Motor has officially teased the new version of the Veloster turbo. The teaser video is indeed intriguing and the camouflaged car makes the right impression all thanks to the projector lights and the engine sound that makes the teaser impressive.
Features of the new Hyundai Veloster
According to the report, the new version of the Hyundai Veloster turbo will come with the same 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine that will churn out 201 horsepower. The machine will come equipped with the gearbox that comes mated to the likes of the Hyundai Elantra GT.
The Hyundai Veloster has been teased in the video in wrapped camouflage. It appears that most of the car makers are using this technique to retain the curiosity among car enthusiasts while increasing their pulse with the teased images and videos that just give a little peep of the vehicle. The official teaser video that has been teased by the automaker gives a hint of the rear spoiler and the powerful engine. In terms of the front facet, only the projector headlamps are visible.
Camouflage in the Hyundai Veloster used in a more attractive manner
Though most of the car manufacturers are using the new trend emerging to tease their new vehicle designs covered with some camouflaged covers but the South Korean automaker has used the camouflage in a very attractive and creative manner.
The automaker has teased the video of its all-new, redesigned Hyundai Veloster, in a more attractive way. The car maker has used a colourful camouflage in place of the usual black and white cover. The automaker has beautifully teased the video that reveals not much than the still images but definitely appears more engrossing and attractive than the still images.
Hyundai Veloster Officially Teased by the Automaker | Official teaser video
The video shows the new Veloster in a multi-coloured camouflage with an appealing engine noise. The only feature that enhances the curiosity post the teaser, is, that the video has been shot in the dark and showcases only what propels car enthusiasts’ inquisitiveness.
Source: News 18