A new Santa Fe concept has been produced in cooperation between Hyundai and Rockstar Performance Garage. This off-road vehicle will appear for the first time at the SEMA Show in Las, Vegas, which will last from November 1 to November 4.
The vehicle was a conventional crossover at first, but due to some upgrades, there is no road that can stop this CUV. The concept now comes with 17-inch wheels with Mickey Thompson rubber and interior will be a custom-made and in leather upholstery. Furthermore, the car is equipped with a custom suspension system, LED exterior lights, a WARN winch and the brakes are modified and upgraded.
A 3.3-liter V6 lies under the hood and it easily produces over 290 hp due to a nitrous-oxide injection system that has been fitted in the mill. In addition, AEM cold air intake and a Magnaflow exhaust have been added to the engine to improve the unit.
Lead developer of the Rockstar concept, Nick Ashby said:”Rockstar conveys its endless brand energy in everything we do. Our Rockstar Santa Fe Concept is simultaneously all-show and all-go, a non-compromising concept with tremendous capabilities and a confident demeanor to match.”
The Hyundai Rockstar Santa Fe concept will debut at the SEMA Show on November 1, but we don’t know when the vehicle will be in a production line.