Hyundai’s “customisation team” in the United States has revealed its new Veloster N Performance concept ahead of the 2019 SEMA show (where the Veloster Grappler concept will also be displayed).
The Korean firm says the concept (based on the Veloster N, of course) employs a variety of “OEM-quality performance parts” designed to maximise “visual appeal and dynamic performance”.
The bolt-on accessories include Extreme Racing coilover suspension with H&R coil springs, Daewon Steel anti-roll bars (front and rear), a WIF chassis brace (front, centre and rear), Alcon forged six-piston front brake callipers/four-piston rear brake callipers and 380 mm front discs/360 mm rear discs.
A set of OZ forged racing wheels (8,0JJ x 19,0-inch with N-brand carbon wheel cap), Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tyres (235/35 R19) and Capristo cat-back anodised exhaust tips are also included, along with a more aggressive front splitter, side sills, rear spoiler and rear diffuser. New side-mirror caps, grille garnish, foglamp garnish and an engine cover have furthermore been fitted.
Inside, you’ll find swathes of Alcantara and carbon-fibre, plus N-branded sill covers, Sabelt sport seats, an aluminium gearshift knob, a red engine start button and new floor mats.
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