Shown here in a digitally enhanced image produced by well-known automotive ‘photochopper’ and rendering artist Jon Sibal, the one-off Hyundai Tucson special picks up a long list of enhancements.
The standout upgrade is to the Tucson’s suspension, now six inches (152mm) taller and packing a custom adjustable shocks and struts setup.
All of that is built into reconstructed wheel wells, along with some KMC 17-inch ‘Bully’ wheels shod with 32-inch Mickey Thompson rubber.
Hyundai’s 1.6 litre Gamma four-cylinder petrol engine provides power, and although exact outputs are yet to be revealed, the setup is enhanced with upgraded turbo piping, K&N intake, Mishimoto intercooler and a high-flow Magnatec exhaust.
Check out the full list of added bits below, and watch for the RPG Tucson to debut at the SEMA show on November 3.
Above: the Tucson in its regular Australian-delivered passenger form.
Mishimoto 2.5-in. Stainless Steel Down Pipe and Charge Pipe with Front Mount Intercooler
Rockstar Energy-Licensed/Mishimoto Billet Oil Catch Can
Mishimoto 19-Row Oil Cooler
Turbonetics Godzilla Blow Off Valve
K&N Filters Custom Air Intake
Custom Magnaflow Centre Exhaust
Odyssey Dry Cell Battery
Lucas Oil Fluids
Heatshield Products Lava Wrap
King Shocks 2.5-in. Adjustable Strut Coilovers
King Shocks Rear 2.5-in. Shocks with Remote Reservoirs and Progressive Off-Road Springs
Black Ops 4x4 Body Clearancing for Larger Tires
Mickey Thompson 32-in. MTZ P3 Tires
KMC 17-in. XD Series "Bully" Off-Road Wheels
RPG and Wicked Image Designs Custom Roof Rack
RPG and Wicked Image Designs Custom Bumpers
Bulldog LED Lighting 40-in. LED Light Bars
Bulldog LED Lighting 2-in. LED Spikes
sPOD Electronic Control Centre for Accessory Option
Kicker Audio Sound System
High Output Speakers
Scosche Integrated Stereo Install Kits
Wiring and Accessories
Tintman Window Tint