The Korean manufacturer Hyundai, together with the tuning experts from the atelier Bisimoto Egineering, developed a modification of the Santa Fe crossover, which develops 1040 hp. The automotive debut will take place at SEMA-2016, which will be launched on November 1 in Las Vegas.
The rear-wheel drive says Santa Fe-Fast is equipped with a turbo-engine, based on a 3.0-liter V6 engine from the Lamda family. For the transmission of torque to the rear wheels, a specially developed 6-speed manual gearbox is fitted.
Increasing the power of the unit has also led to changes in the chassis of the vehicle. It is completely different from the standard, relying on new axles, suspension of KW and rear differential from Hyundai Equus.
The suspension itself is additionally lowered and the Momo Daytona EVO sports seats are fitted in the saloon with special Crow safety belts. There is also an extra safety carcass as well as a reworked front panel.