Hyundai has unveiled the first teaser picture with the upcoming Sonata for SEMA Show. The car was developed with some help from Bisimoto Engineering and the one-off model features a 2.4-liter engine with Turbonetics turbocharger, a Spearco intercooler and a Golden Eagle intake manifold. 

Furthermore, the engine features Arias forged pistons, R&R steel connecting rods and Deatschwerks fuel injectors. In addition, the guys have mounted an AEM Infinity 6 ECU and a Magnafuel 750 fuel pump. 

The engine can now deliver 708 horsepower and it is matted to a six-speed manual transmission. 

On the outside we see a Bisimoto front splitter, some aerodynamic accessories and an 18-inch aluminum wheels. Inside the cabin, the Sonata for SEMA has a Racepack IQ3 digital instrument cluster, AEM wideband gauges and a roll-cage. According to Hyundai, the car will be unveiled on November 4th.

Source: Hyundai