2020 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Ultimate Will Leave Stick Drivers Behind

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Manual transmission fans have a much shorter list to choose from now and the list is only getting shorter as Hyundai announce that their 2020 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Ultimate will not be getting a stick transmission.

Of course, that does not mean that stick drivers will have to cross the Veloster out of their list now as the Hyundai R-Spec trim will still be offered with a manual transmission. It might be a base model but it does actually have a lot to offer.

Coming with the base model is safety features like the rear-cross traffic detection, blind spot monitoring but they will be missing out on features like the sunroof, heated seats, leather and heads up display which will not be offered on the base model.

There is also the Veloster N model but those interested will have to play a little more to get that as the starting price has been increased from $27,820 to $28,320 now. The Veloster N users can also get the N Performance Package which will come with additional features like additional performance, adjustable exhaust, bigger brakes, and more.

The base model will also be slightly pricier now with a starting price tag of $19,520.