Hyundai has finally unveiled the details, including the price, on the hot-hatch version of its subcompact three-door, the Veloster. The Veloster Turbo, as it is called, can get almost 40 miles per gallon and packs 201 horsepower for under $23,000. The furious frog Hot hatchbacks are fantastic. They allow the driver to be responsible, by Read on! →


The brass at Ford think that the U.S. is finally ready for the Ford Focus ST, which is currently in testing across the world. The Focus ST is a performance version of the popular Ford Focus, which has been absent from the American market for years. The ST is slated to hit dealerships in 2012. Read on! →


A very popular type of sports car from the past few decades has been the “hot hatch,” or small hatchbacks tuned to deliver speed with fuel economy. A fast version of the Fiat 500, the Abarth 500, is set to debut in America in the near future. Tribute to Fiat racing history Italian auto firm Read on! →


Chevrolet released a new subcompact this fall, the Sonic, to replace the Aveo. Chevrolet is going to unveil a hot-hatch version, the Sonic RS, at the Detroit Auto Show. First version only a few months old Chevrolet released the successor to the Aveo subcompact this fall, the Sonic. The Sonic, according to AutoWeek, comes with Read on! →


The hot hatch variant of the Ford Focus, the Focus ST, has previously been available in Europe, though Ford announced a while ago that it would go on sale in the U.S. The car will be at dealerships by June, starting at $24,495 before destination charges. Domestic hot hatch Hot hatchbacks are cool, because they Read on! →


Fiat has returned to America, bringing chic minicars to the few who can buy them. The performance model, the Fiat 500 Abarth, is arriving at dealerships in March. Feel the rumble of 160 horses For those who relish a small car that has gusto, Fiat announced last year that it would unleash the Fiat 500 Read on! →