Hyundai Veloster Street Concept Debuts in Australia

Hyundai Veloster Street Concept Debuts in Australia

Looking like a project car that should be heading to the 2012 SEMA Show, Hyundai has unveiled its Veloster Street Concept out at the 2012 Australian Motor Show.

The project was built with local tuners Concord Customs and features a matte grey with orange contrast exterior. On all four corners are 18-inch Tenzo R V1 wheels wrapped with 215/40/18 rubber. The team from Concord Customs also added lighting to the front, side, and rear of the vehicle while bolting on a matte black roof spoiler and a dual exhaust.

Inside, the two-tone exterior color theme continues with its new leather interior, while a custom stereo system was built and installed. Giving the Veloster Turbo additional performance is a custom front-mount intercooler setup, Monza blow-off valve, and air filter. To tighten up the chassis, Concord Customs bolted on new front and rear sway bars, while coilovers give the Veloster Turbo a whole new stance and better handling capabilities.

“The Veloster offers the ideal platform for aftermarket interpretation and personalisation, and provides the opportunity to demonstrate the full potential of this affordable sports model,” said Hyundai Motor Company Australia Marketing Director Oliver Mann. “Street Concept is an excellent example of the versatility of the brand and the potential for Hyundai to reach a broader audience.”

More of an obvious show car than a real concept, Hyundai is rumored to be planning a Veloster Turbo R-Spec model.

GALLERY: Hyundai Veloster Street Concept


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