Hyundai Teams with Bisimoto Engineering for VelosterRaptor N

by Nov 1, 2019All News, Hyundai, SEMA Show 20190 comments

The Bisimoto VelosterRaptor N Concept is consumer-friendly, emphasizing engineered bolt-on performance upgrades for the Veloster N Performance Package model.

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These bolt-on accessories are designed to have high potential for aftermarket availability. For the VelosterRaptor N, a team of four with engineering expertise ranging from mechanical to chemical to aerospace collaborated to create enhancements for the Veloster chassis while improving on the thermal efficiency of the engine.

The Bisimoto Engineering VelosterRaptor N is designed to be a “Type R Killer”, maintain low emissions, improve thermal efficiency, reduce internal combustion frictional and pumping losses, and have a quantified output above 320 horsepower. This is achieved by incorporating a high-flow exhaust system, engine management, water methanol kit, high-performance intercooler, high-flow intake, mass airflow modifications, and upgraded turbocharger internals. The exterior will explore a CFD-engineered protocol. The interior will be comprised of lighter weight seats, specific lightweighting efforts and a digital diagnostic display.


While retaining the beautiful character lines of the body, subtle changes were added to the chassis and improved cooling to the Tarox front brakes via bespoke Fifteen52 wheels and a custom, elegant, aero-enhancing rear spoiler. High-adhesion tires combined with an aerodynamically-sound wheel package and performance-lowering suspension reduce ground clearance, improve center of gravity, and further enhance aerodynamic advantages, while retaining electronic damping functions for the suspension. Custom headlight modifications include Flyryde components.

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In-house technology from Bisimoto (a modified factory gasoline engine utilizing the latest in induction and exhaust technology) grace the Hyundai Veloster N. This project allows for aftermarket support, including, but not limited to, specialty lubricants, sport exhaust systems, efficiency intake design, performance feedback electronics, OBD monitoring, and aero upgrades.

A well-designed paring of intake and exhaust modules is added to this performance package vehicle to further improve efficiency of the gasoline engine, using pulse-wave technology to enhance volumetric efficiency, while improving inertial supercharging during valvetrain overlap periods. Modifications will be quantified using an in-house dynamometer. 


The interior is comprised of composite, lightweight front seats. A specially-designed interactive OBD cluster will be added to the Veloster N’s console, using the factory communication protocol.

Bisimoto Partner Suppliers

  • Wheels: Fifteen52
  • Tires: Toyo
  • Graphics: Type 2
  • Brakes: Tarox
  • Clutch: Action Clutch
  • Fabrication hardware: Vibrant Performance
  • Suspension: Eibach Suspension
  • Induction mods: AEM induction
  • Lubrication: PurOl
  • Carbon Fiber attachment and trim: Dreamworks
  • Paint: Dreamworks
  • Heat exchange: CSF
  • Turbocharger: Turbonetics
  • Seats: Momo
  • Roof Box: Inno
  • Interior mods: SOS Upholstery
  • Headlights: Flyryde
  • Dynamometer: Dynapack
  • OBD infocenter: AEM

Written by Jose Antonio Lopez

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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