The Hyundai Veloster, known more for its ability to sip fuel to the tune of 40-mpg highway, will be boosted to legitimate hot-hatch status when a factory turbocharged version hits the road. The mortal Veloster’s 138 1.6-liter engine will be replaced by a Gamma 1.6T GDI plant that pounds out 204 hp and 195 ft-lbs of torque. With a curb weight starting at 2,584 lbs for 6-speed-manual variants, this could be one wild ride. The car is slated to debut at the ’12 Detroit Auto Show.