For the second year in a row, Hyundai is staging music events around the country to showcase a customized Elantra, Genesis, and Veloster Turbo. Called the RE:Mix Lab, it started in Chicago, traveled to New York City, and is now headed to Austin, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Seattle, and finally, Miami in early December. Upon arrival to the event, you sign into the app in via Facebook and are given a bracelet to interact with the art and fashion displays surrounding the cars while waiting for local bands to perform.
The 2013 Elantra GT was fitted with a cargo roof rack and painted a light matte green. Recycled tweed fabric covered the seats and accented the the interior. Granola doesn’t have to be boring, though, and completing the glamping concept was a Nintendo Wii with a 15-inch motorized TV in the back.
The pearly white 2013 Genesis Coupe 2.0T R-Spec looked gorgeous with a poppy-red suede-like interior, racing seats and carbon fiber accents. The Genesis was the only car of the three to get a performance upgrade with and intake and exhaust. Not to be left out of the audio upgrades, an audio system was added with a subwoofer box and custom speaker pods.
Finally, the Veloster Turbo was – shiny! with an all-chrome exterior and Lux headlamps. Inside, the Rockford Fosgate glowed with neon orange accents. For all of your dj-ing needs,
an interactive touchscreen DJ station with mixing software and three subwoofers was fitted into the back. The mobile clubbing experience is rounded out with inside strobes.
If you’re in any of the listed cities, check out the Hyundai RE:Mix Lab by simply “liking” the page on Facebook.