Hyundai Veloster N TCR: Korea's $155K turn-key race car
Now Hyundai's Veloster N was pretty hardcore and [UNKNOWN] tuned but it's still a streetcar.
The Veloster N TCR here is a purpose-built racecar that'll complete in the Michelin Pilot Challenge Race.
Now under the hood, we're dealing with basically the same hardware as Hyundai's i30N touring car.
Including a 350 horsepower, 332 pound-foot tune of its two liter turbocharged four banger.
Now it's still a front-wheel driver, but the manufacturer Manual transmission has been replaced with a six speed sequential gearbox and we've got to talk about this crazy style.
I mean wide body themes sort of like an understatement here.
I mean check out those fender flares that splitter and my god that rear wing is huge.
Now inside we've got all of the safety equipment that you'll need for racing including a full roll cage, a six point harness.
competition seats, and hind brace compatibility....
The TCR will make its racing debut in Daytona this month.
But if you wanna have a go in Hyundai's wide boy here, well, just plunk down your 155 bucks, and they'll build you one.
Be sure to stay tuned to the rest of our coverage of the 2019 Detroit Auto Show.
For even more debuts.
And if you looking for a Hyundai that's maybe a bit more street friendly, be sure to check out our video of the Hyundai GT inline over on theroadshow.com.
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