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Hyundai's news that it would be producing a new Re:Mix edition of the Veloster was passingly interesting, at least for fans of the sprightly hatchback. But that wasn't the only Veloster we saw at the SEMA show this year... far from it.

Much more pulse pounding is this Veloster Turbo Velocity Concept, a fire-breathing, Cosworth-tuned, free-breathing, turbocharged beast of a thing that outputs some 400 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. Full details on the Hyundai Velocity Concept were reported here, though we suggest you take in all of its be-winged glory in our gallery of live images first.

While you're at it, have a gander at the Velosters presented by ARK Performance and the JP Edition Concept, as well. The "JP" in question stands for John Pangilinan, a mainstay of the tuning community, and his Veloster features a Mint Green shade of BASF that wouldn't look out of place on a Tiffany's box, as well as various fashionable interior and exterior upgrades.

Meanwhile, the ARK "Alpine" Concept has been sorted to accommodate the lifestyles of extreme winter sports athletes. That means an interior designed to stand up well to wet gear that's composed of Alcantara, WeatherTek material and some leather.

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      • 2 Years Ago
      I like the stock veloster turbo much better.
      Al Terego
      • 2 Years Ago
      A classic example of trying too hard :(
      • 2 Years Ago
      not words can explain how ugly this car is... stock and tuned. This car makes the corolla and civic look like beauty queens.
      Neutral President
      • 2 Years Ago
      Wow, they managed to make the Veloster look even MORE ungainly and hideous than it is in its stock form! I'd like the Veloster a lot better if they did the following: - Tuck the chin under and extend the nose a bit for a more "shark nose" profile. - Get rid of most of the cuts and creases in the front end. - Remove the hood vents (and the fake ones from the non-turbo). - Smooth out the hatch, removing the "scoops" adjacent to the tail lights. While they're at it, make these same changes to the Genesis Coupe as well.
      • 2 Years Ago
      I like the blue one, the others not as much.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Storm Trooper look alike?