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Want your car to reflect as well as enable your active lifestyle? Then you may want to check out the ARK Performance "Alpine" concept coming to this year's SEMA show.

Ark began with standard 201-horsepower Hyundai Veloster Turbo and, using various bits from the Ark catalog, ramped power up to 232 horses with a torque boost to 240 pound-feet. The extra oomph comes from an ARK exhaust, test pipe and turbo up-pipes, a K&N intake, Nitrous Express Proton kit, Ark oil cooler and a Koyo radiator.

Beneath the coupe is an Ark coilover system, big brake kit and strut bar. The wheels are Gram Light 57Xtremes.

But SEMA is as much about looks as it is about fast. An Ark/Adro body kit and CF Rally Wing was covered in Custom Pearl White by Beyond Coachworks. JPM Coachworks outfitted the Veloster with a matching "Alpine Edition" interior featuring custom seats, instrument panel, steering wheel and headliner. Alcantara, mildew-repelling Italian leather and WeatherTek material. A Seibon Carbon hood and deck lid are accented by 180 Customs head and tail lights.

Check out the press release below for more details.

Custom Pearl White Paint by Beyond Coachworks
Custom soft-touch interior materials by HEXIS
2013 ARK/Adro body kit: bumpers, side skirts, rear wing, fenders
ARK CF Rally Wing
180 Customs Headlights and Taillights
Seibon Carbon hood and deck lid
NRG front and rear tow hooks

Exterior Accessories

ROME SDS Snowboard, bindings and boots
Reverb Rockers Snowboards
Gold Snowboards
Folsom Boots
Memphis Boots
Targa G3 Bindings
Strut G1 Bindings
Yakima Snowboard Rack and custom wind guard
Yakima Fatcat 6
Rally Armor Mudflaps


JPM Coachworks "Alpine Edition" interior
Custom Seats, Instrument Panel, Shift knob and boot, Armrest, Headliner, Visors and Steering Wheel
NRG short hub and quick release


ARK Big Brake Kit
Air Motion Cup Suspension kit
ARK Performance Upper Strut Bar
GP Knuckles and Arms
Rays Gramlight 57Xtreme Wheels (Silver)
Muteki Lug Nuts
Nitto INVO Tires

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disappointed they didn't do any power modifications, but with all those extra suspension bits this veloster will a lot more fun to throw around in the turns.
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