Hyundai teases 700+ horsepower 2016 Tucson ahead of its SEMA debut

Hyundai has a tradition of creating insanely powerful versions of its vehicles for the SEMA show in Las Vegas and this year won’t disappoint, since Hyundai is going to debut a 700-hp version of the all-new 2016 Tucson. Built by Bisimoto Engineering, the special Tucson is the most powerful Tucson ever.

Bisimoto Hyundai Tucson


Hyundai has a tradition of creating insanely powerful versions of its vehicles for the SEMA show in Las Vegas and this year won’t disappoint, since Hyundai is going to debut a 700-hp version of the all-new 2016 Tucson. Built by Bisimoto Engineering, the special Tucson is the most powerful Tucson ever.
The unique Tucson is powered by a 2.4L engine that gets fast-burning flex-fuel, a high-boost turbocharger and an upgraded engine management system to give it more than 700 horsepower. The 2.4L sends the power to the ground via a 6-speed manual transmission.

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To go with the insane power specs, Bisimoto gave the Tucson a custom air-ride suspension, white five-star race-spec wheels and sticky, R-compound rubber. It also features a custom roll cage and the signature Bisimoto look is rounded-out with the elimination of the front grille that has been replaced with a large intercooler.

Bisimoto’s 700+ horsepower Tucson is going to debut on November 3.

Source: Hyundai