SEMA 2016: Hyundai To Display Its Santa-Fast Car

Posted: Oct 21 2016, 9:09am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

SEMA 2016: Hyundai to Display its Santa-Fast Car
  • Hyundai to display its ‘Santa-Fast’ car at SEMA 2016
 

Hyundai’s N performance brand in collaboration with Bisimoto came up with the customized car

Hyundai cars have not been very famous when it comes to making ground on European soil. However all of that may change soon with Hyundai’s all new offering in the sporty car category.

Hyundai just announced they will be showcasing a brand new car at the upcoming Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show which is held in Las Vegas.

The car being dubbed ‘Santa Fast’ by Hyundai was developed through the N performance brand. For this particular car the bran teamed up with another high power brand; Bisimoto.

The collaboration car ‘Santa Fast’ is one of four new specially modified vehicles to be produced by Hyundai in the near future. Hyundai has teamed up with four different partners for this sole purpose. 

In short the Santa Fast is a 1026bhp enhanced take on Hyundai’s Santa Fe soft-roader car. Bisimoto is the engineering firm mostly known for having worked with the Italian carmaker Porsche on its monster supercar the Porsche 911s.

The new Santa Fast to be debut at the SEMA features a 3.8-litre V6 power-plant engine which is currently not available in the United Kingdom. The engine has been rebuilt by Bisimoto. Bisimotot has also linked the engine with intercooled twin turbochargers which run to 39psi boost

Furthermore Bisimotot has changed the car's standard all-wheel drive gear and replaced with it with custom rear subframe, which is accompanied with a Hyundai Equus rear differential and Genesis gearbox.

All of it combines to send the power directly into the rear wheels only. The Santa Fast will also feature 19-inch Fifteen52 wheels surrounded by special 265/35 R19 Toyo R888 tires. Future will tell if the car will be able to boost Hyundai’s image in the European market. 

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