And This Time, It’s Personal
In order to understand this review of the 2012 Hyundai Veloster, you first need to understand a bit about me. I’m a mid-twenty-something urbanite. My closet is full of obscure band t-shirts, striped hooded sweatshirts and Converse. My black-framed glasses match my messy dyed black hair. I go to a lot of concerts starring bands you’ve never heard of, I drink Pabst Blue Ribbon at dive bars that I ‘check in’ to on Facebook. Every photo I take has an Instagram filter. My Twitter feed is one big sarcastic abyss.
I’ll sheepishly admit to being sort of a hipster, only without the Arcade Fire shirt and stupid mustache.
More to the point, I look like I stepped right out of a commercial for the Hyundai Veloster. All of the smiling, energetic folks pictured in the brochure at the dealership? They could pass as my friends.
It’s no secret that Hyundai’s new hatch is aimed squarely at my demographic – the always-connected scenester who works hard and plays harder. But does this new Veloster adequately meet the demands of my lifestyle? Forget about the fact that I’m an enthusiast first and a consumer second. If I had to go out and buy a new car tomorrow, would the Hyundai dealership be my destination?
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