/1000-hp Bisimoto Santa-Fast Headed for SEMA Debut

1000-hp Bisimoto Santa-Fast Headed for SEMA Debut

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Each year at the SEMA show Hyundai teams up with Bisimoto to present the fans with a lineup of heavily modded cars based on their current lineup. As it turns out this year’s star is going to be this, the Bisimoto Santa-Fast, an extreme version of the Hyundai Santa Fe SUV with 1,040 horsepower.

They say it’s based on the Santa Fe, but really the similarities between the Bisimoto Santa-Fast and the family SUV begin and end in the body shell. The rest of this thing is custom. The engine is a Hyundai Lambda V6 from the Genesis to which Bisimoto has added a twin-turbo kit and intercooler, flex-fuel capability, Infinity ECU, custom forged pistons and camshafts, custom exhaust system with dual-pulse chambers, racing injectors, high performance tubing and…

The Bisimoto Santa-Fast also features an Equus rear differential and six-speed manual gearbox conversion along with Bisimoto axles and half shaft, KW coil over suspension, Buddy Club 4-piston brakes, and 19 inch Tarmac R40 wheels with Toyo tires. In terms of styling the Santa Fe body is equipped with Denmatic design scheme, Gatorwraps auto wrap, Hyundai Genuine Accessories mudguards and modified grill, while the interior benefits from Momo Daytona EVO seats, Bisimoto reservoir socks, 4-point chromo roll cage, and Crow restraint harnesses.

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