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Hyundai Accent SR Concept Car.Melbourne International Motorshow, .Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Clarendon St, Southbank, Melbourne .14th February 2006.Hyundai Accent SR Concept was based on the three-door hatch variant MC Accent range, The SR has the purposeful look of a high performance small car with wide tracks front and rear, big flares framing outsize alloys, lowered sports suspension, body kit and big tailpipes..SR's bulging wheel arch flares stretch over chromed 18 inch alloy wheels shod with sticky 225 / 40R series low profile, high performance tyres pushed out wide front and rear..SR's flared look extends all along the sides of the car with Accent SR-badged deep side-sill skirts fitted..Their lowering effect is not all illusion--SR squats on lowered sports suspension, struts up front and a new semi-independent torsion twist beam rear suspension with coils all round. A cutout centre section of the rear bumper frames a spaced-apart pair of chrome-tipped trapezoid tailpipes. .Projector headlights, a matt black stylized mesh grille, power tilt/slide sunroof and rear roof shade-spoiler complete the look..Under the hood is a turbocharged 2.0 litre, four cylinder engine of unspecified but high output, matched to a five-speed automatic transmission. Electronic Stability Control and a TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system) are fitted..Inside, Accent SR's sporty theme carries through with brushed alloy and metallic feature panel finishes, leather seat trim, blue-hue instrumentation and a data screen in the centre dash..Accent SR is strictly a concept car only, but it carries clues to directions in Hyundai models to come in the not-too-distant future..(C) Joel Strickland Photographics. Use information: This image is intended for Editorial use only (e.g. news or commentary, print or electronic). Any commercial or promotional use requires additional clearance.
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2006 Melbourne Motorshow
Hyundai Accent SR Concept Car.Melbourne International Motorshow, .Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Clarendon St, Southbank, Melbourne .14th February 2006.Hyundai Accent SR Concept was based on the three-door hatch variant MC Accent range, The SR has the purposeful look of a high performance small car with wide tracks front and rear, big flares framing outsize alloys, lowered sports suspension, body kit and big tailpipes..SR's bulging wheel arch flares stretch over chromed 18 inch alloy wheels shod with sticky 225 / 40R series low profile, high performance tyres pushed out wide front and rear..SR's flared look extends all along the sides of the car with Accent SR-badged deep side-sill skirts fitted..Their lowering effect is not all illusion--SR squats on lowered sports suspension, struts up front and a new semi-independent torsion twist beam rear suspension with coils all round. A cutout centre section of the rear bumper frames a spaced-apart pair of chrome-tipped trapezoid tailpipes. .Projector headlights, a matt black stylized mesh grille, power tilt/slide sunroof and rear roof shade-spoiler complete the look..Under the hood is a turbocharged 2.0 litre, four cylinder engine of unspecified but high output, matched to a five-speed automatic transmission. Electronic Stability Control and a TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system) are fitted..Inside, Accent SR's sporty theme carries through with brushed alloy and metallic feature panel finishes, leather seat trim, blue-hue instrumentation and a data screen in the centre dash..Accent SR is strictly a concept car only, but it carries clues to directions in Hyundai models to come in the not-too-distant future..(C) Joel Strickland Photographics. Use information: This image is intended for Editorial use only (e.g. news or commentary, print or electronic). Any commercial or promotional use requires additional clearance.