Confirmed for 2011: Hyundai Veloster, Accent, and Azera

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Hyundai has some kind of lineup set up for the show circuit next year. Hyundai has reconfirmed that it will be debuting the new Veloster-based coupe at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. The coupe is a front wheel drive 2+2, and is expected to retain the Veloster Concept's shooting brake styling as well as incorporate Hyundai's new corporate nose. The Veloster is supposed to have a new 1.6-liter engine producing 140 hp.

After Detroit, there will be the new Accent. This car will make its big debut at the Chicago Auto Show in February. The Accent will carry a less-power 1.8-liter engine that produces 110 hp. Finishing out the show season will be the new Hyundai Azera. The Azera is set to debut at the New York Auto Show in April. Little is known about this car, and the only thins known about it is from a few renderings released last month. To learn more about these debuts and many more that'll be coming to Detroit, stay tuned with CarBuzz as we cover all the major auto shows.

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