The new generation of the Hyundai Veloster has not arrived in Europe. The characteristic compact sports coupe of the Korean House can be purchased in overseas dealerships where, among other things, it is also offered in a radical version with the 'N' designation of the Hyundai sports line.
Now, at the 2019 SEMA Show (5 to 9 November), the US event dedicated to the world of aftermarket customizations, the Asian brand will present a further version of the stars and stripes N Veloster. It's called the Hyundai Veloster N Performance Concept and will wear a striking aerodynamic kit that will differentiate it not just from the conventional 'N' version.
To show the muscles of the Korean compact we think of the various aerodynamic additions created by KWA. The details of the bodywork in orange create a lively contrasting effect, while the rear-view mirrors are made of carbon fiber. The wheel department counts on 19-inch OZ Racing wheels wheeled with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. And finally, the Hyundai Veloster N Performance Concept features a new Capriso exhaust system.
The chassis has also been revised, with new Extreme Racing suspensions with H&R coil springs and front and rear stabilizer bars by specialist Daewon Stell . The braking system has also been upgraded to complete the technical picture.
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