Hyundai introduced at SEMA Veloster N PerformanceOctober 29, 2019
Charged hatchback made its debut in Los Angeles at the annual exhibition of the Association of Specialized Equipment (SEMA). The car has an aggressive design, a forced engine, as well as a retuned suspension.
In the framework of the SEMA exhibition in Los Angeles, the presentation of the conceptual “charged” hatchback Hyundai Veloster N Performance was held. When the company will present a production version has not yet been announced, but the preliminary prototype looks impressive. Dark body color with contrasting orange details, a new aerodynamic body kit, low ground clearance and extra power!
As a power unit, a 2.0-liter turbo engine is used. A similar engine develops up to 275 horsepower on some models of the brand, but here it can be boosted even more. At the moment, only the modification of the exhaust system from Capriso is known.
In the exterior design, the model received many parts from KWA, including an aggressive rear wing, a custom hood, and contrasting orange elements. The interior trim is made of dark Alcantara, Sabelt seats are installed, aluminum pedals and an aluminum gearbox are also installed. A separate highlight was the red button to start and stop the motor.
But most of the changes occurred in the suspension. The character of the car has completely changed thanks to new H&R springs, stabilizers and a rack of lateral rigidity from Daewoon Steel, a modified brake system, as well as adjustable shock absorbers. The wheels are shod with Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tires on OZ alloy wheels.
On sale, the novelty will appear no earlier than 2020. The cost is still unknown.
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