Australia’s GoAuto may have heard through the grapevine that this could be the first and last generation of Hyundai Veloster due to sluggish sales of the hatchback.
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According to the report, Hyundai has only managed to sell around 60,000 units total of the hatchback around the world and that’s not enough to justify a successor. More than half of those were sold in the US and Canada but sales saw a stark decline in 2013.
The Veloster is due for a mid-cycle refresh but an “unnamed Hyundai executive” said the vehicle’s future is currently undecided after the first generation.