Hyundai Veloster Racing Game In Times Square

As part of the 2012 Veloster's global launch, Hyundai transformed New York's Times Square into a giant arcade. By uploading the new adrenaline-fueled game Hyundai Veloster HD into their iPhones, people were able to wirelessly race the Veloster on the massive digital screen overlooking the bustling center of Manhattan. Not in Times Square? You can still play the game for free on your iPhone, iPod and iPad by clicking here http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hyundai-veloster-hd/id443884314?mt=8

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