2012 Hyundai JP Edition Veloster Concept at SEMA review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 5 November 2012 , 01:11:55 byAlina

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Hyundai JP Edition Veloster Concept at SEMA

At the SEMA Motor show this year a lot of carmakers come to present their new achievements. Hyundai together with John Pangilian have joined forces and developed the Hyundai JP Edition Veloster Concept which they have introduced at the SEMA Show. BASF is the paint supplier and the one that offered the Mint Green exterior finish for the concept.

Under the hood it has a 1.6-liter direct-injected Veloster engine which also has an ARK performance exhaust. The model features a suspension which adds KW coilovers, anti-lift kit and Whiteline sway bars. To handle the extra power, the tuner has offered Brembo big brake kit. The power produced is being transferred to the road through XTreme57 Wheels measuting 19 x 9.5 inches and Toyo Proxes T1 Sport tires measuring 265 / 30 R 19. For the interior, the model received Alpine Electronics System built by BP Auto Sound, MRX-F35 350 watt 4 channel amplifier, MRX-M55 550 watt mono amplifiers, SWS-12D4 12 inch subwoofers, SPR-60C 6 ½ inch component speakers and SPR-60 6 ½ inch coaxial speakers. The engineers have also offered Kinetik Battery and Power Supply and V-LEDs Lighting.

Hyundai Motor America has its headquarters in Costa Mesa, California and it is a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company of Korea. Hyundai models are being sold throughout the US through more than 800 dealerships nationwide, where the cars are also serviced. If you are interested in purchasing a Hyundai car in the US, know that it is covered by the Hyundai Assurance program which includes the 5-year / 60.000 mile fully transferable new vehicle warranty, the 10-year / 100.000 mile power train warranty and you will also receive five years of complimentary Roadside Assistance. These are all the detail available on the new Hyundai JP Edition Veloster Concept revealed at the SEMA Show.