Hyundai Veloster N Performance Concept Flaunts Model’s Tuning Potential
Hyundai’s Veloster N hatchback was plenty hot already, but a new concept for November’s SEMA Show has it positively sizzling.
The Veloster N Performance Concept incorporates an array of OEM-quality aftermarket components that sharpen its looks and enable even more thrilling dynamics behind the wheel. With its lineup of bolt-on custom parts, the concept should serve as powerful inspiration for Veloster N owners who are looking to tune and personalize their rides.
The concept sports some aggressively styled exterior features from KWA, including a hood, garnishes for the grille and fog lamps, a front splitter, side sills, a rear diffuser and rear spoiler, engine cover, and outside mirror covers.
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To heighten its performance, the Veloster N Performance Concept features these additions:
- Extreme Racing coilover suspension with H&R coil springs
- Daewon Steel anti-roll bars
- WIF chassis braces and aluminum caliper bracket
- Alcon forged six-piston front brake caliper
- Alcon forged four-piston rear brake caliper
- 380 mm front brake rotors and 360 mm rear rotors
- 19-inch OZ forged racing wheels with N-brand carbon wheel cap
- Pirelli P-Zero Corsica tires
- Capristo cat-back anodized exhaust tips
The interior of the concept is just as customized, boasting these sporty amenities:
- N-branded door sill covers
- Sabelt Alcantara and carbon sport seats
- Colored seat belt webbing
- Aluminum gear shift knob
- Alcantara gear knob boot, parking lever, horn pad, steering wheel lower bezel, air vent surround, headliner and pillar liners, instrument panel, armrest, door trim, door control bezel
- Red engine start button
- Sport floor mats
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The concept’s powertrain and specs stay the same as the regular Veloster N. Under the hood, a 2.0-liter direct-injected puts out 250 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque, with an available performance package that cranks horsepower up to 275. There’s also a six-speed manual transmission with downshift rev-matching, a multi-mode electronically controlled suspension, and an available torque-vectoring limited-slip differential.
The Hyundai Veloster N Performance Concept won’t be the only customized Veloster in Las Vegas next month. Also coming to SEMA is the Veloster Grappler, a concept that turns the three-door hatchback into an intimidating off-road machine.