Hyundai has pulled the wraps off the Veloster Street Concept at this edition of the 2012 Australian Motor Show in Sydney.
After unveiling the Veloster Race Concept just a few hours ago during the 2012 Australian Motor Show in Sydney, the South Korean based automaker has presented a new concept car based on the same model, the so-called Veloster Street. According to the carmaker, the Hyundai Veloster Street Concept has been modified in conjunction with a local aftermarket company named Concord Customs and the model is getting a matt grey finish with orange accents on the side skirts, front spoiler and rear diffuser, along with the Tenso R V1 18-inch alloy rims wrapped in 215/40 tires.
The Hyundai Veloster Street Concept is also getting features like the matt black roof spoiler, the illuminated front, rear side and rear splitters, the turbo back twin exhausts, the leather appointments in the cabin, the LED ambient lighting, the high-end audio system with integrated subwoofers and amplifiers which is providing 8,650 watts and much more. The engine of the Veloster Street has also been modified and even if the carmaker isn’t saying anything about its power, we know that the model now has a sports air filter, a Monza dual-port blow off valve, a custom aluminum intercooler, a new exhaust system and more.