By SEMA Editors
The Hyundai Veloster “Grap Ler” concept was unveiled Tuesday, November 5, in the Hyundai booth at the 2019 SEMA Show.
The Hyundai Veloster “Grap Ler” concept was unveiled Tuesday, November 5, in the Hyundai booth at the 2019 SEMA Show. The vehicle features a removable solar panel from Goal Zero, which powers an all-electric portable power station mounted inside the cabin for remote journeys. A custom vinyl exterior body wrap features a ghosted Hyundai-themed livery. Finally, a Seibon carbon-fiber hood effectively vents excess engine bay heat when things heat up out on the road.
Inside, the functional ruggedness theme continues. An integrated roll bar provides occupant protection and facilitates mounting for a fullsize spare wheel and tire. Further outfitting the interior are traction mats, an oversized utility shovel, a Goal Zero portable power station, a roadside assistance kit, a first-aid kit, a Napier outdoor dome tent, Scosche Mounts, Goal Zero crush lights and premium Recaro seats finished in a vintage houndstooth check pattern. Exterior lighting is modulated through a custom- designed switch panel. Hyundai genuine accessories include sport pedals, a sport shifter, all-weather mats, ambient footwell lighting and cargo blocks. A roof-mounted Thule utility basket includes a high-output lighting system from Baja Designs, allowing for versatility on the go.