SEMA 2014 Hyundai Concepts!

Hyundai has once again teamed up with some of the biggest names in the automotive tuning community for SEMA 2014. This year, Hyundai focuses on the performance and tuning capabilities of its newest models, the 2015 Genesis and 2015 Sonata. Also featured in this year’s roster is the most-powerful four-cylinder 2014 Genesis Coupe ever built, and a rally-inspired Hyundai Veloster Turbo wrapped in a custom, Hyundai Quaker State livery.

The lineup of Hyundai vehicles includes:

  • ARK Performance AR550 Genesis Sedan
  • Bisimoto Engineering Sonata
  • Blood Type Racing Genesis Coupe
  • JP Edition Sonata
  • Toca Signature Edition Genesis Sedan

ARK Performance AR550 Genesis

Hyundai teamed up with ARK Performance to create an ultra-luxurious, performance equipped 2015 Genesis Sedan that is capable of going head-to-head with competition like Mercedes-Benz AMG and BMW M. To build an executive sedan capable of going head-to-head with the world’s best competition, ARK fused supercharged power with head-turning styling.

Bisimoto Engineering Sonata

For a third year in a row, Hyundai teamed up with powertrain gurus, Bisimoto Engineering, to create the most-powerful, front-wheel drive Sonata in history. To the tune of 708 horsepower, Bisimoto Engineering re-built Hyundai’s 2.4-liter “Theta-II” four cylinder engine from the ground up. As always, Bisi Ezerioha, owner and chief engineer of Bisimoto Engineering developed reliability in tandem with the car’s face-rearranging power. Complementing the extensive overhaul under the hood, Bisimoto wrapped its 2015 Sonata in custom laminated body wrap and graphics.

Blood Type Racing Genesis Coupe

The Chicago-based tuner, Blood Type Racing, set out to create the most-powerful 2.0-liter Genesis Coupe ever built. Through a combination of a high-boost Precision Turbo turbocharger, strengthened and fully balanced internal components, a custom intake, intercooler, full exhaust kit and nitrous injection, BTR achieved their goal, extracting almost 1000-crank horsepower from the engine. Complementing the outrageous power, BTR gave the vehicle an aggressive, underground racing appearance through the addition of a widebody kit from Japanese designer Kei Miura, with 40mm-wider front and 60mm-wider rear fenders, front bumper lip spoiler, rear diffuser and a GT wing for added down force.

JP Edition Sonata

With an emphasis on maintaining his signature build style, the JP Edition Sonata connects Los Angeles street art culture with automotive enthusiasts. Working closely with renowned street artist, Mr. 44 and Flexfit | BSCMP, the build features a balance of performance products, in-car entertainment with the latest innovations and clean styling, representing the enthusiasts whose cars showcase an extension of their personalities and lifestyles. Giving the Sonata a performance boost, John Pangilinan added an AEM cold air intake, a MagnaFlow exhaust kit and a hot charge pipe from Bisimoto engineering.

Toca Signature Edition Genesis

Toca Marketing Group, the Chicago-based builder who strives to push the limits of aftermarket fabrication, created its latest Toca Signature Edition vehicle to push the Genesis’ performance and luxury benchmarks to new heights. Dubbed “Steel Phoenix,” the car uses Hyundai’s “Tau” 5.0-liter V8 as the powertrain’s foundation. Toca engineered a one-off, Garrett twin turbo setup for the vehicle, complete with a full ARK Performance catback exhaust system, boosting the power output to 600 horsepower. The vehicle’s interior has been given the executive treatment with the custom black leather seats with contrasting white stitching, carbon-fiber trim panels and a Rockford Fosgate sound system.

Article Source: http://www.hyundainews.com/us/en-us/Media/PressRelease.aspx?mediaid=41980&title=hyundai-features-five-concepts-based-on-2015-genesis-2015-sonata-and-2014-genesis-coupe-at-the-2014-sema-show

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