The Hyundai Veloster was introduced in 2011 with a sporty and daring design unlike any Hyundai that was released before it as the Korean car maker gears towards attracting younger buyers.
Although it falls short of making into the performance car category, the Veloster, comes in the base 1.6-litre 4 cylinder and the more punchy 152kW turbocharged 1.6-litre, does manage to pull some fans.
Continuing its youthful appeal, Hyundai has released a Roll Top version of the Veloster. As the name suggests, the concept features a detachable rear gate and a rolling roof and a which can be folded in to reveal a large open cargo area good for carrying anything from surfboards to pushbikes.
The Veloster C3 Roll Top Concept is also shod with multicoloured 18-inch rims, a gloss black painted front grille and a sports exhaust with controllable valve flap for a two-tone note.