[VIDEO] Hyundai Veloster JP Edition Concept unveiled at SEMA
Hyundai has recently unveiled the Veloster JP Edition Concept during the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas.
After announcing its debut earlier this week for the North American automotive event, the Hyundai Veloster JP Edition Concept is entering our news once again, this time with the South Korean based automaker unveiling it at the 2012 SEMA Motor Show. As you can see from the images and video posted below, the Hyundai Veloster JP Edition Concept is getting a hot Mint Green exterior finish, signed by BASF, along with new upholstery by Infinite Auto Design, Takata harnesses, Recaro Cross Sportster CS seats and more.
Power to the Hyundai Veloster JP Edition Concept is being provided by a 1.6 liter direct injected engine, found in stock version, but equipped with the ARK Performance exhaust system. The model is also receiving KW coil-overs, anti-lift caster kit, end links, Whiteline sway bars, lowering springs by ARK Performance and 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 265/30 R19 Toyo Tires. The model has also been equipped with two 12-inch subwoofers for the Alpine Electronics System by BP Auto Sound.
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