Hyundai's Custom Coupes Take Center Stage at SEMA

SEMA 2012

Hyundai has touched down at SEMA 2012 with a host of concepts. Here are three of them.

Hyundai has arrived at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the 2012 SEMA Show with an impressive lineup of tuned concepts, including a special edition RE:MIX Veloster, a mint green JP Edition Veloster concept, and a FuelCulture Genesis Coupe. The Korean carmaker has essentially used the Veloster RE:MIX to showcase a selection of available options wrapped in an eye- catching body, including an aggressive body kit, gunmetal-finish alloys and a premium sound system.

No more details on the car were provided, save for stating it will be hitting Hyundai dealerships before the winter priced at $19,900 for the manual and $21,150 for the DCT. The mint-green Veloster concept is a collaborative effort between Hyundai and tuner John Pangilinan, who said of the car: "The JP Edition Veloster concept takes the production car into ultra-exclusive tuner-car territory." The BASF Mint Green paint was applied by Auto Explosion, Jon Sibal designed the metal fender flare, and an ARK performance exhaust was added.

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The JP edition also has a KW coilover suspension, Whiteline sway bars and anti-lift kit, and Brembo brakes. 19-inch Blacked-out Ray's Gram Lights Xtreme57 alloys round of the exterior treatment, while the interior benefits from Recaro Cross Sportster CS Seats, Takata harnesses, upholstery by Infinite Auto Design and a bespoke BP Auto Sound audio system. Finally with the FuelCulture Genesis Coupe concept, Hyundai showcases how easy it is to tune the car on a limited budget. Finished in Candy Apple Red, the Genesis Coupe's 2.0-liter turbo four has been augmented to 315 horsepower and 242 lb-ft of torque.

The increased output comes courtesy of an ARK DT-S exhaust, an ECU flash, a boost controller, SPEC Stage 2 Clutch and a host of parts by Chase Bays including a power steering kit, engine grounds, and electronic boost solenoid. The exterior gains a custom widebody rear kit, sideskirts and front bumper by Infinite Auto Design, and a VIS Racing K2 carbon-fiber trunk and rear lip. BC Racing coilovers and Whiteline front and rear sway bars were added to the suspension, the car sits on 19-inch Rotiform IND alloys, and the interior is kitted out in custom diamond stitched upholstery by Infine Auto Custom and a Rockford Fosgate sound system.