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The Veloster N will be getting factory lightweight 19 inch allow wheels, with a dual spoke star design. The standard tires are ultra-high performance, exclusive-compound 235/35R19 Pirelli P-Zero summer tires.
 

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Not a huge fan of the rims, but I do like their tire choice. And it doesn't look like their choice to go with in house performance brakes has had a negative impact on performance. Most early drive tests/reviews suggest this setup is very strong, with excellent feel and feedback.
 

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I think most owners will be going with an aftermarket wheel set anyways. Going with in house brakes probably saved them a significant amount on production costs and its good that they are still meeting expectations.
 

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owners of Veloster models that sit under the N will love to scoop these wheels up, they'll be in demand. Don't be surprised if the cash you get from these largely fund your more ideal set ;)
 

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The premium wheel options on the 2019 Veloster Turbo aren't too shabby either. Imo you might as well keep the stock set until you've worn through the factory tires. You might want to change the sizing afterwards.
 

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I would love to get a set of Volk wheels in Bronze to go with that red because its what will really complement its sporty design language which those wheels just don't.

example:

 

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The difference in styling between that older gen Veloster and the the N is night and day. That's a nice looking set of wheels.
 

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Does anyone have specs for the base 18" wheels? Offset and bore. I'm trying to shop for winter wheels but can't seem to find any information.

The Veloster N will be getting factory lightweight 19 inch allow wheels, with a dual spoke star design. The standard tires are ultra-high performance, exclusive-compound 235/35R19 Pirelli P-Zero summer tires.
 

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Does anyone have specs for the base 18" wheels? Offset and bore. I'm trying to shop for winter wheels but can't seem to find any information.
Had a difficult time finding them as well and unlike some other brands its not easy finding a parts catalogue for Hyundai products.
I suggest you call the local Hyundai dealer to get this info or a reputable wheel/tire shop (they get this info from auto makers).
 

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Long time reader, first time poster. This is a great website for wheel/tire specs:
https://www.wheel-size.com/

According to this, the i30N non-Performance Pack's wheels (which look identical to the wheels on the non-Performance Pack VN) are 18x7.5, ET54, 5x114.3, CB 67.1.

Based on my i30N forum research, several owners have downsized PP i30N wheels from 19s to 18s for weight savings and/or more tire sidewall to handle bumpy roads. I plan to do the same, by a VN w/PP and downsize to 18s. Hyundai had a press release at SEMA saying they plan to offer lightweight optional wheels, so I'm looking to see how that plays out...they do offer OZ and BBS options in South Korea through their TUIX tuning subsidiary.
 

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First impressions, the P-Zeros are really sticky and can be pushed quite hard without any fade or getting greasy. Minimal sidewall flex and quite ridged.

Blessings and Peace
 

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Anyone seen the offset for the 19 inch rims.

Getting a second set of non-OEM rims to mount Bridgestone RE-71R's for autocross
 

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Can anyone clarify what tire to order for 19 inch stock replacement ? When you search 235/35/r19 91y you get multiple tires none of which has the stock tread pattern. I only have one damaged tire. Thanks for the help
 

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Can anyone clarify what tire to order for 19 inch stock replacement ? When you search 235/35/r19 91y you get multiple tires none of which has the stock tread pattern. I only have one damaged tire. Thanks for the help
To get that exact tire I think you have to go-to the Dealer. The Pirellis P Zeros on this car are specific to this car. Thus the VN on the side of sidewall. Now I haven't seen any P Zeros on the market with the VN other than at the Dealer.
 

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Can anyone clarify what tire to order for 19 inch stock replacement ? When you search 235/35/r19 91y you get multiple tires none of which has the stock tread pattern. I only have one damaged tire. Thanks for the help
I know its too late now, but for future reference I have seen the tires at Tire Rack with the HN on the side wall. Not sure if the tread pattern is the same, cost was $194 per tire. Dave
 
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