3. Third Door adds practicality
All four-seater coupes have the same problems. For starters, when someone is in the back, its never a graceful entrance or exit. Then when you’ve got to pick someone up when there’s already a passenger riding shotgun, there’s always the awkward passenger shuffle.
The Veloster helps solve this issue with its third door, which is accessible on the passenger side. It proved handy during testing, although rear-seat passengers still complained about headroom and other compromises, expecting the extra door treatment for everything in the back.
Safely positioned curbside, additionally, those with dogs can easily load bigger mutts using the third door.