With the 2011 SEMA Auto Show fast approaching, one automaker has taken the lead-up to introduce some of the models they’ll have in attendance at the world’s biggest aftermarket auto exhibition.
You can always count on Hyundai to make a splash at SEMA and this year appears to be no different. After a teaser of anArk Performance-tuned Veloster a few weeks ago, another Veloster has been given its own rendering round-up leading up to the grand unveiling in two weeks time.
This time around, the car comes courtesy of PM Lifestyle and true to their name, this Veloster looks to have a lifestyle all its own. Nevermind the fact that the car will carry a mechanical overhaul that includes NOS, launch control, and a high-flow racing catalytic converter - estimated output is around 163 horsepower - this Veloster comes with some exterior and interior modifications that will definitely thump your senses.
On the outside, the Veloster will come with GReddy carbon fiber hood dampers, LED door mirrors from the Genesis, a Sequence-X body kit, a complete LED light conversion and plenty of carbon fiber from Seibon. But inside the car is where it gets a little more, shall we say, curious.
Whether they’re attempting to turn this car into an eye-catcher or not, PM Lifestyle dressed up the Veloster in a rather unorthodox fashion. It’s cool enough that the car has a sick audio system and a Panasonic Toughbook inside it, but what really takes the proverbial is the "Peanut Butter Leather" that was used on the seats and the center console.
Here’s to hoping that ants don’t follow this car to Las Vegas.