Hyundai Veloster "Grappler" wants to get dirty

Marco Green
October 21, 2019

Remember Jef Palma, the Pinoy who tricked out his Honda Jazz for off-roading around the US?

The Hyundai Veloster might be a strictly urban hatchback, but visitors to the impending SEMA show will have the pleasure of seeing it re-imagined as a badass off-roader. The concept auto takes a regular Hyundai Veloster and lifts the ride height. The concept was fitted with a suspension lift for the Method Racing wheels along with custom brush guards front and rear with huge fender flares. Also equipped is a Thule roof-mount utility basket and utility lights. Plus, there is a full host of roof-mounted utility lights which allow for versatility on the go. The Borla Catback exhaust and Seibon carbon-fiber hood round out the exterior modification. An integrated roll bar provides occupant protection and facilitates mounting for a full-size spare wheel and tire.

Inside are Recaro seats, a dedicated lighting control panel, and safety reinforcements.

And finally, there are the Hyundai genuine accessories that round out the functionality of the vehicle, such as sport pedals, a sport shifter, all-weather mats, ambient footwell lighting, and cargo blocks.

The Hyundai Veloster Grappler is indeed packed with equipment and features to truly make it off-road worthy to conquer any kind of terrain.

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