The new Hyundai Veloster has proven that it has the goods it needs for the track, but now Hyundai is ready to show that with a few simple additions and tweaks, the Veloster can also be a fun off-road vehicle. Hyundai has unveiled the Veloster Grappler concept, which is going to debut this month at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

The Hyundai Veloster Grappler concept features an increased ground clearance, better approach and departure angles, and custom front and rear brush guards. The concept also rides on oversized all-terrain tires and rally-themed Method Racing wheels yield. A Borla cat-back exhaust adds to the fun.

To help carry all your stuff, it also features a roof-mounted Thule utility basket with a high-output lighting system from Baja Designs. The utility basket serves as a base mount for the removable solar panel from Goal Zero, which powers an all-electric portable power station mounted inside the cabin for remote journeys. The concept is also wrapped in a custom vinyl exterior body wrap features a ghosted Hyundai-themed livery. Lastly a Seibon carbon-fiber hood vents excess engine bay heat.

Inside the the Veloster Grappler concept features an integrated roll bar, traction mats, an oversized utility shovel, a Goal Zero portable power station, roadside assistance kit, first aid kit, Napier outdoor dome tent, Scosche Mounts, Goal Zero crush lights and Recaro seats.