When Bisimoto took on the challenge of tuning the rather pedestrian Hyundai Elantra GT into a proper performance vehicle for SEMA, it took no half-measures. Rather than simply dropping in a turbocharger and bumping up output by 50 horsepower or so, the tuning house completely revamped the engine, added forced induction and fed the thing a bottle full of methanol. The result is a 600-horsepower car that has a singular appearance package to match its utterly jaw-dropping performance.

Take a good look at the madness that Bisimoto has wrought with this particular Elantra GT in our gallery of live images.


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      NightFlight
      • 2 Years Ago
      600HP and Bisimoto didn't upgrade the brakes??? I am assuming this is a drag only car and killer brakes aren't 100% necessary, but come on.
      Joe D. Weaver
      • 2 Years Ago
      maybe I haven't kept up with the times... but wouldn't 600hp in a FWD car cause it to be basically un-drivable?
      ELG
      • 2 Years Ago
      now thats what the veloster should have looked like
      • 2 Years Ago
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