At the Australian International Motor Show, Hyundai Australia has revealed its Veloster Race Concept car. The car has been made in Australia by a group of specialists in engineering.
Veloster Race Concept car was stripped-down to a body shell and reconstructed in-house to strict standards by specialist in race cars. The car fulfills all FIA and CAMS Australian tarmac rally competition regulations and requirements.
Hyundai Veloster Race Concept has a 1.6 litre turbocharged engine, six-speed manual transmission, Recaro Spa Hans / carbon seats, Alcon race brakes, a stainless steel hi-flow exhaust system, Super Pro roll control suspension bushes and DMS four-Way adaptable suspension .
Veloster Race include a lightweight carbon interior, an anti-glare dash board, carbon mirrors as well as a custom rear wing and front lip spoiler. The Veloster Race Concept runs on Team Dynamics 18 x 8 race wheels and Pirelli P Zero Trofeo tyres.
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