Hyundai continues revealing their 2016 SEMA lineup one by one in an agonizingly slow teasing campaign. So following the Santa-Fast and the Rock Star Santa Fe they are now ready to shows us a rendering of the next SEMA-bound concept, called the Hyundai Gurnade Veloster.
As with the previous concepts, Hyundai Gurnade Veloster is an amalgam of high-end tuning parts put together to create the most extreme version of the Veloster imaginable. Though they haven’t revealed any performance figures, the Gurnade features 845 Motorsports intercooler, downpipe and cold-air intake as well as ECU tune, Synapse blow-off valve, and ARK Performance cat-back exhaust. So it must pack some serious muscle.
As for the looks, Hyundai Gurnade Veloster seems like any other SEMA show car with a massive body kit consisting of integrated flares, front splitter, racing canards, three-piece lightweight forged wheels and a custom rear spoiler. It is finished in PPG Refinish Magic Magenta and features a set of Rotiform 19-inch OZT three-piece forged wheels in gold supported by NEO Motorsports coil-overs and 6-piston big brake kit and Pierce Motorsports strut bar, rear torsion bar, and tie brace.
The highlights on the interior on this car include Cobra Nogaro racing seats, Takata racing harnesses, Pierce Motorsports roll cage, Glowshift gauges and LEDGlow lighting, SoCal Garage Works carbon-fiber steering wheel, Phoenix Gold subwoofer and amplifier with Stinger audio system wiring, and Creative Car-Tunes audio system.