Hyundai Elantra GT with 600+ Hp by Bisimoto Engineering heading to SEMA

Hyundai had teamed up with California-based tuner, Bisimoto Engineering, and together they developed the one-of-its-kind car, for the SEMA Auto Show, the Hyundai Elantra Gt gushing out more than 600Hp. It all began with forged Arias pistons, Bisimoto con-rods and Turbonetics turbocharger, AEM water-methanol injection and Bisimoto high-pressure injectors, thet made the car deliver such a figure out of the 1.8-liter “Nu” engine family powerplant.

“At Bisimoto Engineering, we strive to deliver the most performance wrapped up in the most unexpected packages,” said Hedi Kim, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Bisimoto Engineering. “When the Elantra GT was introduced by Hyundai, we knew it would be a perfect platform for us to showcase our tuning prowess. With our experience in forced induction and small-displacement engines, we focused on raw horsepower with this SEMA concept. We think the final product is a great example of just what can be achieved with turbocharging and engine tuning in the present day.”

Other than this the Hyundai Elantra GT features many unique upgrades inside and outside the car like, an ARK custom body kit, a JFN full roll cage, Bisimoto racing seats and harnesses, and custom interior, and much more, well lets check out the upgradations list which would answer all our queries.
Starting with:

1. Powertrain Modifications: the powertrain modifications include: Bisimoto-built 1.8L “NU” family Hyundai engine, Bisimoto steel rods, turbo kit, intake gasket, injectors, and web level 2.4 camshafts, Arias forged pistons, AEM Series 2 EMS, and smart IGBT coils, MSD coil wires, NGK Iridium spark plugs, PurOl Oils,
Bisimoto/Turbonetics BTX6462 turbocharger, blow-off, wastegate, Spearco intercooler, Golden Eagle sleeved block, and intake manifold, Griffin Radiator, Supertech valvetrain, Vibrant Vanjen clamps and stainless hardware, AEM water-methanol kit, AEM 320lph fuel pump, ARP head, main, and wheel studs, Portflow custom headwork, VP Streetblaze 100 fuel, VP Streetblaze 100 fuel, Kinsler fuel filters, Chassis/Suspension Modifications.

2. Chassis/Suspension Modifications: the chassis of the new car got modified by, JNF roll cage, Progress coilover suspension and sway bar, Buddy Club P1 Racing SF Challenge Wheels, 18×8.5, Bisimoto-spec Action 2MS Clutch.

3. A Revamped Exterior: the exterior of the car features many changes which are possible due to all these, like, Gatorwrap custom laminated body wrap, Type 2 graphics, ARK body kit, Denmatic design scheme, Bisimoto Extreme Dimensions hood and aero upgrades, Burns Stainless muffler and hardware.

4. Interior Changes: Changes seen inside the car include, Bisimoto racing seats and harness, Bisimoto reservoir socks, Racepack IQ3 dash, AEM wideband failsafe module, Odyssey ER-25MJ dry cell battery, Rywire mil-spec harness, G&J braided lines, Rueda interior paint.

Details about the pricing aren’t out, but as soon as it is declared, we will let you know. As of now don’t forget to take a look at the pictures and stay tuned for more updates.

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