Showcased this week at SEMA, the Hyundai Velocity Veloster Concept has a Cosworth-tuned 1.6-liter engine with 400 hp.

The Hyundai Velocity Veloster Concept is being showcased this week at SEMA, featuring a Cosworth-tuned engine.

The 1.6-liter, direct-injected power unit has received a turbocharger, performance pistons, intercooler, new fuel system, custom intake manifold, engine management revisions and an intake-charging design. Thanks to these tweaks, it outputs 400 hp (298 kW) and 350 lb-ft (474 Nm) of torque.

It comes with a more aggressive body kit that includes a lift-reducing rear diffuser, oversized rear wing, as well as front and rear brake cooling ducts. It features 19-inch HRE satin-charcoal lightweight racing wheels with Kumho Ecsta SPT 275/35 R19 high performance summer tires. The stopping power is provided by Brembo 350x28mm two-piece rotors and four-piston calipers.

The interior cabin has also suffered some alterations, featuring a CPR integrated roll bar, Race-Keeper GPS data acquisition system and Sparco seatbelts.

Additional info is provided in the press release below.

Gallery: Hyundai Velocity Veloster Concept - 2012 SEMA [video]

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