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JP Edition Hyundai Veloster Turbo Essentials

For the past few years, I’ve had the pleasure and stress that goes along with building a project vehicle. Taking on a commitment such as this requires plenty of planning, organization and most of all patience. Many may think that getting a vehicle from a manufacturer is an easy undertaking, but far from it as it requires a solid proposal, marketing plan and rendering. Part of the planning process is done months in advance of receiving the vehicle and by the time the vehicle arrives the concept is set and for the most part you must stick the original plan of action under your contract. This year was my first year to work with Hyundai and I’m proud to be able to do so. My original plan for the vehicle was slightly changed due to the short time frame to complete the build, roughly 4 and half weeks. Luckily, I was able to count on multiple people and my sponsors to help make this project car come to life in such as short time frame and for that reason I wanted to showcase their products before anything else as it is what sets the vehicle apart.

From Top Left to Right

Lucas Oil and Lucas Oil Octane Booster
V-LEDs lights
KW Variant 3 Coilovers
ARK Performance Springs
Jon Sibal Rendering
Muteki Lug Nuts
Brembo Big Brake Kit w/ Custom Painted Caliper
Ray’s Gram Lights Xtreme57 Wheel – 19 x 9.5
Toyo Tires T1 Sport – 265/30R19
Alpine Electronics 12″ Subwoofer and 6.5″ Component Speaker
Takata DRIFT III Harnesses in Black
Recaro Cross Sportster Seat

(not shown custom metal fender flares, Whiteline sway bar and anti-lift kit, ARK Performance exhaust, Kinetik battery and power supply – more mods to come post-SEMA)

The JP Edition Veloster Turbo will be unveiled in the Hyundai Booth (#24387) on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 11:30 AM during SEMA.

For those that will not be at the show be sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter @john_pangilinan and with the hashtag #JPVeloster to see photos from the SEMA Show. More from behind the build to be showcased on this blog as well.

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