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Hyundai To Present Two More Concepts at SEMA Show

Bisimoto Engineering and Rockstar Performance Garage will unveil a modified Hyundai Veloster N and Kona Ultimate Turbo AWD respectively.

Hyundai already announced two other concepts for SEMA this year, the Hyundai Veloster N Performance and the Veloster Grappler.

The Korean carmaker now presents another pair of cars that will be featured in its booth at this year’s SEMA Show next week.

The first one is the Bisimoto VelosterRaptor N Concept that was designed, as per Hyundai, to be a “Type R Killer”. Based on the Hyundai Veloster N Performance Package model, the concept features a wide range of bolt-on accessories.

Bisimoto, an engineering agency based in California, didn’t hold back on the VelosterRaptor N. According to Hyundai, the concept’s output reaches 320 horsepower all while maintaining low emissions, improving thermal efficiency and reducing internal combustion frictional and pumping losses.

The Bisimoto VelosterRaptor N Concept looks very sleek and built with a lot of quality parts.

Rockstar Performance Garage: Kona Ultimate Concept | Photo: Hyundai

Meanwhile, Rockstar Performance Garage created the Kona Ultimate Concept which started life as a black Kona Ultimate Turbo AWD.

With King suspension upgrades, 16-inch Motegi rally wheels wrapped around 30-inch Mickey Thompson race-grooved tires, this Kona Ultimate was created to be the ultimate Kona.

The off-road-ready Kona is also equipped with Baja Design LED lighting, a Magnaflow exhaust, Roadwire alligator-skinned seats, Bulletliner-coated body and a Kicker audio system, to just name those.

It’s not the first Hyundai the team at Rockstar Performance Garage builds as they modified a Tucson and a Santa Fe for the 2015 and 2016 SEMA Show respectively.

All these concepts and more can be found at the Hyundai booth during the 2019 SEMA Show starting next week.

Hyundai To Unveil Veloster Grappler Concept at SEMA

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