The 2012 Hyundai Veloster offers an unique twist on two-door coupes - an extra door. While the driver's side has one door, there are two on the passenger side.
Hyundai's out-of-the-box design is sure to put it at the top of the shopping list.
It doesn't hurt that its fuel economy is very close to the Honda's CR-Z - without resorting to a gasoline-electric hybrid setup like the Honda.
Has Hyundai built the better mousetrap this time?
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What do you think? Is it a gimmick or is it helpful?