Automaker gives the Santa Fe Sport an off-road-ready makeover
Hyundai has revealed its latest creation ahead of its official debut at the 2017 SEMA Show: the Rockstar Energy Moab Extreme Off-Roader Santa Fe Sport Concept. This particular Hyundai Santa Fe Sport has been modified with the ability to conquer Utah’s extreme off-road terrain.
Modifications made to the Santa Fe Sport include R1 Concepts six-piston front and four-piston rear big break kit, King coil-over suspension and 2.5-inch Bypass shocks with reservoirs, 17-inch KMC Machete off-road bead-lock wheels, off-road tires, HID headlights, Mishimoto intercooler and downpipe, a Rockstar Energy catch can and coolant overflow reservoir, Yukon Gear and Axle drivetrain components, and an AEM intake.
The interior has been spruced up with a Kicker audio system, Scosche Magic Mounts and Bluetooth speakers, and custom leather trim by Roadwire. To further add to the car’s off-road credentials, it also features special skid plates and bumpers and a winch. Rockstar Performance Garage also added a custom roof rack with Bulldog LED lighting. Additional features include a thermal heat protection system, a portable tank for refilling tires, Cascadia tents, and Bulletliner bedliner protection.
Expect more crazy concepts to greet the public at the 2017 SEMA Show since it’s the place where all kinds of bonkers vehicles show up. The show runs from October 31 to November 3.