- hyundai 2013 sema 3Bisimoto Engineering Hyundai Genesis Coupe - SEMA 2013
- hyundai 2013 sema 2Bisimoto Engineering Hyundai Genesis Coupe - SEMA 2013
- hyundai 2013 sema 4ARK Performance Hyundai Genesis Coupe - SEMA 2013
- hyundai 2013 sema 5ARK Performance Hyundai Genesis Coupe - SEMA 2013
- hyundai 2013 sema 6ARK Performance Hyundai Genesis Coupe - SEMA 2013
- hyundai 2013 sema 1John Pangilinan Hyundai Genesis Coupe - SEMA 2013
- hyundai 2013 sema 7EGR Group Yellowcake Hyundai Veloster Turbo - SEMA 2013
Hyundai always brings some seriously impressive custom cars to the SEMA show in Las Vegas this year, and it looks like 2013 will be no exception. The car company has just released previews of four of the cars they’re bringing to the SEMA show—a trio of modded Genesis Coupes and a Veloster—and they look pretty fresh.
Big performance comes in the form of the Bisimodo Engineering Genesis Coupe, which has its 3.8 liter V6 outfitted with twin Turbonetics turbochargers, Arias forged pistons, a Magnafuel 750 fuel pump, uprated fuel injectors and steel connecting rods, for a total of 1,000 horsepower. ARK Performance took a different tact with their Genesis Coupe; they bored the 3.8 liter engine out to 4.0 liters, and added a lightweight pulley kit, an ARK air intake, new headers and a Stroker Kit for a 400 horsepower Hyundai sports car.
John Pangilinan took a different tact; his Genesis Coupe wears wide fender flares, LED headlights, and concave 19-inch MORR VS52 rims on Toyo Proxes T1R tires. This Hyundai comes a host of measured performance upgrades, too: an ARK Performance exhaust and ARK strut bar, an AEM cold air intake, Whiteline sway bars, Brembo brakes, KW coilovers, and a turbo downpipe. The guts are upgraded with Recaro Cross Sportster seats, suede and leather upholstery and an Alpine stereo system.
For the Veloster Hyundai will be featuring, the EGM Group/Hyundai-developed Yellowcake Veloster Turbo is designed as a nighttime race car; it comes with a MagnaFlow exhaust, a tune from Bisimoto Engineering and an AEM intake to boost power to 250 horses. It also wears “Yellowcake” paint over an EGM Group widebody kit, an LED light bar, DPE rims and Toyo Proxes R888 racing tires, and comes with an ARK coilover suspension, roll cage and Brembo brakes.
Of all of them, the John Pangilinan Genesis is most our steeze, but let’s not lie—we’d be happy to take a spin in any of these custom Hyundais.
[Shout-out to Hyundai!]