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By Andrew Ganz

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Earlier this summer, a report suggested that Hyundai would debut its Tiburon-replacing four-cylinder coupe, tentatively called Veloster, later this month at the Paris Motor Show.

Then, a few months later, a separate report circulated indicating that the Veloster was actually due to bow in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Hyundai, however, was quick to snuff out those rumors. Instead, the next-generation Elantra is set to make its first North American appearance in Los Angeles.

Still, the Korean automaker didn’t exactly confirm any date. We know that a production version of the Veloster concept car exists, of course, but we don’t know when it will debut.

Now, the Detroit Free Press says that we’ll have to wait until the North American International Auto Show in Detroit to see the next-generation small Hyundai coupe, a model that will slot in below the company’s more premium Genesis coupe.

Whatever the case, we’ll have live coverage from all three major auto shows, so check back here for the latest details.



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