Hyundai and Bisimoto have recently pulled the wraps off their latest creation, an impressive Genesis Coupe with 1,000 HP, during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, in a world premiere.
Hyundai’s newest creation up to date is shared with Bisimoto and it’s based on the Genesis Coupe. The model in question has received an impressive 3.8 liter Lambda V6 engine under its hood, which is now coming with upgraded fuel injectors, with Arias forged pistons, with a Magna fuel pump, with twin Turbonetics turbochargers and with some other tweaks. Thanks to these modifications, the unit in question can now produce a whopping 1,000 HP (745 kW).
According to the two companies, the Genesis Coupe has also received features like the Spearco intercooler, the ignition coils or the Burns stainless exhaust system. Changes won’t stop here as the one-off ride is also coming with a carbon fiber decklid spoiler, with a ventilated hood, with an Electric Blue paint job and with 20-inch aluminum wheels, wrapped in Toyo tires. The cabin of the model is getting the Buddy Club racing seats, the Racepack IQ3 digital dash, a roll cage, unique door pad inserts and some carbon fiber trim.