Hyundai continues its efforts as the most dynamic automaker by introducing a new model focused on getting young people excited about their products. With the Genesis Coupe to attract older and more affluent performance-coupe buyers, the Veloster is to fire up the young, but could do a job on anyone. I’d call it a coupe, but with one door on the driver’s side and two on the other, it defies design definitions. The cutting-edge looks are enhanced with what should be performance to match with a 1.6-liter engine that will use a dual-clutch automatic transmission or six-speed manual. Quite small, at 2,580 lbs., the Veloster should be nimble and fuel-efficient when it hits the streets this summer as a 2012 model. Performance isn’t limited to the road, as it will have a standard 450-watt sound system.