Hyundai Santa Fe Bisimoto

Hyundai Santa Fe Bisimoto
We suppose Hyundai had to do something with unexhausted Equus environments now that the Genesis G90 is on the area. So they gave a breed extremity to Bisimoto, who promptly put it in a Santa Fe, crammed a 1040-hp 3.8-liter Lambda V-6 and connected the two via a Genesis R-spec six-speed manual transmission. Predictably, the rear drive hoon-ute will introduce at SEMA.

Named Santa Fast, the Santa Fe’s brick-to-the-skull energy comes politeness of a set of Turbonetics TNX 30/56 gastropods moved to the Lambda six. Overseeing the raise are two RG45 wastegates and a Godzilla blow-off structure, while a Spearco intercooler keeps the charge at best temperature. A Rothfab breed subframe ensures that the energy transmission shaft doesn’t go wandering off on its own somewhere, while practice Bisimoto half-shafts make convinced all that torque is transformed into forward motion.

In this case, the smokeables are 265/35R-19 Toyo R888s covered around Fifteen52 Tarmac R40 wheels. Buddy Club four-piston calipers aid the Santa Fast stop. Inside, the Santa Fast carries Momo Daytona EVO rooms, a four-point enclosure and Crow supports, while a Racepak IQ3 elegance keeps the motorist informed of just how far beyond any affixed maximums he may be.

This isn’t Bisimoto’s first tango with Hyundai at the annual Vegas. Bisi Ezerioha’s company’s preceding undertakings have included a 600-hp Elantra GT, a 708-hp Sonata, and a pure-nutsy Tucson. It is, however, the first 1000-plus-hp Santa Fe that we know of.