At the 2011 Chicago Auto Show, Hyundai unveiled its latest version of the rally asymmetric coupe Veloster, built in collaboration with Rhys Millen Racing. The car has received a completely new suspension, powerful brakes of the company Alcon, 18-inch wheels HRE, “shod” in tires Hankook, roll cage, Recaro racing buckets and fire suppression system. By replacing metal body panels on the panel Kevlar and carbon fiber, the total weight of the rall.
Hyundai Veloster was reduced to 1205 kg. Under the hood of the car located a powerful four-cylinder turbo, issuing 500 hp and 813 Nm of torque at the peak, which is transmitted through a 6-speed sequential gearbox Xtrac all-wheel drive. To see the version of the Hyundai Veloster rally until it will be possible only in the US, according to the company’s plans, the car will take part in the American rallycross, the first phase of which will take place in March, and in the summer competitions X-Games.

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