Hyundai has made an extreme offroad version of its Veloster hatchback for the SEMA show. Check out the Veloster Grappler!
With the SEMA show in the first week of November, the weird and wacky custom creations are going to start filling your timelines. SEMA is an annual show held in Las Vegas and focuses on the customisation and aftermarket industries.
As for this Hyundai Veloster Grappler concept, it boasts increased ground clearance, combining superb approach and departure angles for confident off-road driving capability, while the front and rear brush guards to protect the vulnerable underbelly of the vehicle. There are also ridiculously oversized all-terrain tyres as well as rally wheels to give it a hardcore offroad edge. For those wanting the car to sound the part, there's a Borla cat-back exhaust system, while elements from Thule give it a practical edge.
Looking like something out of a Mad Max movie, the Veloster Grappler boasts powerful lightbars as well as a removable solar panel which powers an all-electric portable power station. Inside, there's a roll bar to protect passengers, Recaro seats and a dome tent for those wanting to experience the wild outdoors.
Should Hyundai make a production version of the Veloster Grappler?