Hyundai Goes All Out with 1,000HP SEMA Genesis

Hyundai has paired with Blood Type Racing Inc., a Chicago-based builder specializing in extracting extreme, street-friendly performance from Korean vehicles, for a 1,000 horsepower Genesis Coupe. Unfortunately, it's just a one-off that's headed to the SEMA show next month. Believe it or not, he BTR Genesis Coupe uses the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder as the engine’s foundation. The engine gets new sleeves, and was bored to give a larger displacement. Blood Type Racing Inc. is just one of 5 companies building a SEMA show 2014 vehicle for Hyundai this year. RELATED: See the 2013 Bisimoto Engineering SEMA Genesis Coupe
Hyundai Goes All Out with 1,000HP SEMA Genesis
With the addition of a high-boost Precision Turbo turbocharger, strengthened and fully balanced internal components, a custom intake, intercooler, full exhaust kit and nitrous injection, the BTR Genesis Coupe sends over 800 horsepower to the rear wheels (nearly 1,000 horsepower at the crank) through a six-speed manual transmission. All hail the almighty nitrous injection. The drivetrain gets modified with, among other improvements, competition clutch upgraded clutch kit; competition clutch flywheel kit; enthuspec stainless steel clutch line; upgraded driveshaft; short throw shifter; shifter bushings; and upgraded transmission mount. The latter being probably most important because you don’t want that tranny dropping when that grand's worth of horsepower kicks in. RELATED: See the Bisimoto Engineering SEMA Sonata
Hyundai Goes All Out with 1,000HP SEMA Genesis
The BTR Genesis, if built, would be essentially a street-legal race car. But there's really no rationale reason for driving it on the street. Along those lines, it gets these racing enhancements: Sabelt GT-200 Carbon / Fiberglass shell racing seats, sliders, racing harnesses and SW-390 racing steering wheel; planted seat brackets; Tanabe OLED Revel gauges; Cusco Roll Cage; and BTR custom rear seat delete. That rear seat would just be a vomit causer anyway. By the way, which Hyundai SEMA car do you think is better looking? The BTR Genesis or the Bisimoto Sonata in the above photo? Comment below. RELATED: See Photos of the Funky Hyundai Veloster Re:Mix ____________________________________________________ For More, Follow BoldRide on Twitter and Sign Up for Our Newsletter

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