Anyone over about 5ft 10in will want to steer clear of Sport trim, because this brings a standard panoramic glass roof that eats into front headroom. Things are much better in the standard model, and there’s a good range of adjustment in the seat and steering wheel. A seven-inch touch-screen provides a central hub for controlling the audio and Bluetooth systems, but the menus on this aren’t especially clear.
Hyundai Veloster Coupe space & practicality
The Veloster’s single rear door means getting into the back isn't as tricky as it is in other coupés. You won't be comfortable back there if you’re over about 5ft 6in, though, because your head will be wedged against the steeply angled rear screen. The boot is a decent size, although the large lip makes it difficult to load heavy items.
Hyundai Veloster Coupe equipment
All Velosters come with alloys, climate control, rear parking sensors and Bluetooth. Go for Sport trim and you’ll get larger alloys, heated leather seats, keyless entry, cruise control and a panoramic glass roof. Only three options are available: metallic paint, red leather seats and sat-nav. The range-topping Turbo SE is very handsomely equipped, with the only options being a full-length glass roof and a special matt metal paint finish.