Bisimoto and Hyundai joined their forces for a third year and will unveil at the 2014 SEMA Show a special version of the 2015 Sonata. The vehicle is powered by a 2.4-liter “Theta-II” four-cylinder engine in the standard mode but several modifications were brought in order to deliver an impressive 708 hp.
According to the press release, the engine received a new intake gasket, web level 2.4 camshafts, Turbonetics TNX 82/64 turbocharger, Turbonetics wastegate, Deatschwerks 2200cc injectors, Arias forged pistons, R&R steel connecting rods, a blow-off valve, AEM Infiniti 6 ECU, Spearco intercooler, Golden Eagle sleeved block, Griffin radiator, Supertech valvetrain, Vibrant Vanjen clamps and stainless hardware, Magnafuel 750 fuel pump, ARP head studs, Portflow custom headwork, VP E85R fuel, Kinsler fuel filters, PurOl Elite synthetic oils and NGK Iridium spark plugs.
In addition, the custom Sonata received a Bisimoto roll cage, new Progress coil-over suspension and sway bar, Fifteen52 18-inch Tarmac aluminum wheels, ARP wheel studs and Bisimoto-spec Action Ironman Clutch.
When it comes to design, the vehicle received Extreme Autowerks custom laminated body wrap, Type 2 graphics, Bisimoto splitter, Wasp Composites Aero package, a Denmatic design scheme and Burns Stainless muffler and hardware.
Inside, we find Bisimoto reservoir socks, a Racepack IQ3 dash, AEM wideband gauges, Odyssey ER-25MJ dry cell battery, Electronics Management mil-spec harness, G&J braided lines and EK Auto Worx interior paint.