Get ready for a powerful Santa SUV to arrive in 2016 by Hyundai and Bisimoto.
Hyundai Motors America and Bisimoto have joined hands in order to make a powerful SUV that will be a 1,040bhp rear-drive car. The car is supposed to be “Santa Fast” SUV.
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This SUV will be presented in the SEMA show of 2016. The company Bisimoto is known for an excellent range of inspiring and racing vehicles. Thus its collaboration with Hyundai will also get us to have an excellent SUV.
The SUV will have the cutting edge automotive technology and Santa Fast technology that is a hallmark of company. It provides the opportunity for the vehicle to power from a flex-fuel turbocharged, Hyundai’s 3.8 liter Lambda V6 power plant.
According to Bisimoto, there team has worked rigorously in order to build a customized rear wheel drive vehicle that will be performance oriented. The car is supposed to have six speed transmission so that it gets the performance like that of OEM.
The SUV will be given the option of full boost that will be 39psi for the powertrain. Along with that boost-per gear protocol will also be present to enhance the finest traction of vehicle.
The Santa Fast modification of the car include features like that of a 3.8 liters Hyundai Bisimoto engine which will have the features of climate control. The SUV will have the Bisimoto custom twin-turbo kit and intercooler, AEM electronica, the infinity 708 ECU and a Boost controlled solenoid.
Along with that it is supposed to feature Brian Crower steel rods that are of the best quality, Spearco intercooler core and Griffen dual-core radiator for a better performance.
It will support a 6-speed manual conversion and a Genesis R-spec gearbox. The car will have a customized exterior design which will give it a dynamic look.“Bisimoto takes pleasure in making any vehicle fun to drive, even a larger SUV,” said 'Bisi Ezerioha, owner of Bisimoto. “Our Santa-Fast SUV is a proof-of-concept vehicle with driving capabilities that our customers can count on every day they turn the key.”