Hyundai Veloster Street Concept unveiled at 2012 Australian Motor Show

Hyundai is debuting its Veloster Street Concept at the 2012 Australian Motor Show this year, a project car based on the production model. Heavily modified throughout, Concord Customs worked with the automaker to produce the final product.

The exterior is coated in matte grey paint, accented in orange, and fitted with a new front spoiler, side skirts and rear diffuser. The Veloster sits on a set of Tenso R V1 18-inch wheels wrapped in 215/40/18 tires.

In addition, Concord added illuminated front, rear and side splitters, turbo-back twin exhausts and a matte black roof spoiler.

The bright, but very nicely done interior carries the same color scheme from the outside, with leather seats, LED lighting and a high-end audio system that kicks out 8650 watts of sound through its completely intergraded subwoofers and amps.

Performance mods were not left out, as the Veloster gets a custom aluminum front-mounted intercooler, new exhaust, dual-port blow off valve, and a sports air filter. New front and rear sway bars, a coil over suspension, bushes and front and rear drilled and slotted rotors for the breaking system have also been added.

“The Veloster offers the ideal platform for aftermarket interpretation and personalisation, and provides the opportunity to demonstrate the full potential of this affordable sports model,” said Hyundai Motor Company Australia Marketing Director Oliver Mann. “Street Concept is an excellent example of the versatility of the brand and the potential for Hyundai to reach a broader audience.”

-By: Alexandra Koken