Hyundai joins the 2016 SEMA madness
The SEMA Show which takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 1st to 4th November, is a premier automotive specialty products trade fair that attracts over 60,000 petrolheads from the world over. Enticing the brightest minds and the hottest of products to a single location, it is the perfect excuse for manufacturers to display their downright absurd and outright fascinating collection of vehicles.
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Joining in on the fun this year, is Korean manufacturer Hyundai, with four truly mesmerizing models. In addition to a 1,040 horsepower Hyundai Sanata Fe rocking a set of fifteen52 wheels, there’s equally exciting versions of the Elantra and Veloster on display as well.
A far cry from the standard Elantra, the race-ready Elantra at the SEMA show is built in collaboration with Ark Performance and is lowered, widened, and blessed with a turbocharger. Equipped with an ARK brake kit, Nitto summer tires, and donning a stealth body wrap, it truly is race ready.
The Hyundai Veloster, a work of art carried out by Gurnade, has a similar stance to its Elantra sibling and adorns a wide body kit. Finished in a Magic Magenta hue, the interior boasts racing seats, a roll cage, and a generous amount of carbon fiber. And oh, as for its punch, it packs in a turbocharger, an ECU tune, and a Neo coil-over suspension.
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Off-roaders delight, the Rockstar Santa Fe falls at the other end of the spectrum. With a lifted suspension, beadlock wheels, 35-inch off-road tires, nitrous-oxide injection, a winch, and a custom roof rack, it’s a Santa Fe unlike any else!