Bisimoto Engineering has prepared a custom Hyundai Elantra GT that pumps out more than 600 hp. It will be shown at SEMA.
Another custom Hyundai prepared for the SEMA show is this Elantra GT developed by Bisimoto Engineering. The Californian tuner has prepared a pretty impressive tuning package as the 1.8-liter engine is now capable of putting out more than 600 hp (447 kW). They managed to do this by using custom steel connecting rods, intake gasket, turbo kit, camshafts and injectors. It also has been fitted with Arias forged pistons, NGK Iridium spark plugs and a Spearco intercooler.
Aside from the work on the engine, there are also chassis and suspension changes along with exterior and interior modifications. There’s a JNF roll cage, a new clutch, a coilover suspension and sway bar, as well as 18x8.5 Buddy Club P1 Racing SF Challenge Wheels.
Inside the cabin this custom Elantra GT comes with racing seats and harness, reservoir socks, a Racepack IQ3 dash and an AEM wideband failsafe module. Bisimoto Engineering has applied a Rueda interior paint and also installed an Odyssey dry cell battery.
For a full list of changes check out the attached press release.