The 2012 Hyundai Veloster fills the void left by the Tiburon, an affordable and fuel-efficient sports coupe. While the Veloster is definitely a coupe, it has three-doors for better access. According to Cars.com senior editor Joe Wiesenfelder, its bold design is reminiscent to the risky move Nissan made with its Juke crossover. On the inside, the raked roof affects the cargo area and precludes the rear seats to only kids or a pair of petite adults. Still, this unique vehicle is entering into a market occupied by few players. Given all that, we think it could be popular.