So we have five trims of non-N Velosters. We could easily get rid of three, and have 2.0, Turbo and N, which would make sense. That N, by the way, is possibly the best front-wheel drive vehicle on the planet, depending on how you rate the maniacal Honda Civic Type R. At a base price of $32,250, the N certainly the best front-wheel drive bang for the buck as the Type R is much more expensive ($37,895). We’ll note that from 2020 to 2021, the Veloster N’s price grew by almost $5,000.
So yeah, a world with three Velosters is fine, maybe even two if you drop the base and keep the Turbo and the N. We’ll have to wait until 2022 to find out where the model ultimately goes.