Nearly a month ago, Hyundai released the first prototype images of the next-gen Veloster wearing a rather colorful livery. Meant to hide the car's new shape, the prototype Veloster appears to have a sharper exterior while still retaining its signature shape.

Now, our spies were able to catch the all-new Veloster wearing no disguise whatsoever. Spotted by our eagle-eyed insiders in a photo / film shoot, the next-gen hatchback appears to have the brand's new Cascading Grill. Also seen are what look to be new LED headlights that come with daytime running lights.

Spied: 2019 Hyundai Volester


The rear, on the other hand, also gets a redesign for the next-generation model. Angular taillights dominate the rear end while the hatch itself appears to have been reshaped. Carried-over, however, is the signature rear bumper and centrally-mounted dual exhausts.

Spied: 2019 Hyundai Volester

When officially launched, expect the Veloster to be powered by an array of turbocharged engines. Aside from the Veloster Turbo, a more performance-oriented N version will also be available. In fact, our spies were able to spot a prototype version of the Veloster N being tested at the Nurburgring last August.

As for its new architecture, the 2019 Veloster is said to be underpinned by a modified Elantra chassis. This should make the all-new hatchback slightly longer and wider than its predecessor.

Spied: 2019 Hyundai Volester

The 2019 Hyundai Veloster could make its world debut sometime next year.