Hyundai has officially presented to the public the Accent SR Concept for the first time during the 2012 Australian International Motor Show in Sydney.
After pulling the wraps off the two Veloster concept cars and off the i30 SR concept too, the South Korean based automaker is now placing the Accent SR concept into the spotlights for the first time during the same 2012 Australian International Motor Show in Sydney. According to the carmaker, the Accent SR is also a near production version which has been based on the Accent Elite and will hit the market sometimes next year.
Power to the Hyundai Accent SR Concept is provided by the same engine found on the entry-level version of the Veloster, the 1.6 liter four-cylinder with 138 HP (103 kW) and 167 Nm of torque (123 lb-ft). The unit is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and the model is also getting features like the LED positioning lamps, the projector headlamps, the dark metallic finish, the rear spoiler, the climate control, 5-inch touch screen display, USB, AUX, Bluetooth, rear parking sensors and more. More details on the Accent SR will be announced close to its launch.