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by Adam Lynton
Hyundai is displaying the Veloster Street Concept at the 2012 Australian International Motor Show.
Looking at this Veloster concept you'd be forgiven for thinking it was bound for SEMA, but in fact local aftermarket tuner Concord Customs is responsible for the project that has just debuted at 2012 Australian International Motor Show previewing the carmaker's rally intentions. The Sydney-based tuning company used a Veloster SR in creating the Street Version, coating the car in matte grey and applying orange accents on the new side-skirts, front spoiler, rear diffuser and 18-inch Tenso R V1 alloys.
There's also illuminated front, rear side and rear splitters, the roof spoiler has been finished in matte black and twin exhausts have been fitted. Visual tweaks aside, the Hyundai Veloster Street Concept boasts some interesting engine mods including a custom front-mounted intercooler and stainless-steel air intake system. Concord Customs further added a coilover suspension, top front strut bar and Monza stainless-steel air filter. Scottish black and orange leather upholstery with orange highlights and Alcantara trim transforms the cabin, which also benefits from a SounDesign audio system, illuminated scuff plates and LED lighting.