Developed by tuner Bisimoto, the Santa Fast is based on the seven-seat long-wheelbase Santa Fe that's sold in the US.
The four-cylinder or 3.3-litre V6 engines found in the production crossover have been junked in favour of the 3.8-litre V6 that typically does services in the Genesis rear-wheel drive range.
As with Hyundai's luxury marque, the Santa Fast's 3.8-litre V6 is longitudinally mounted. Unlike the production vehicles, though, this implementation employs two turbochargers, an intercooler, an Infinity ECU, new camshafts and forged pistons, and racing injectors.
Above: North American LWB Hyundai Santa Fe.
These changes, and more besides, mean that this flex-fuel capable engine is capable of developing an eye-popping 775kW (1040hp) of power. Drive is delivered to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission.
The Santa Fast rides on 19-inch Tarmac R40 wheels fitted with 265/35 Toyo R888 tyres. The braking package includes four-piston callipers.
Given the car's massive performance potential and the extensive work done to the vehicle's drivetrain, the exterior changes are limited to the car's livery and a new custom grille.
On the inside, the Santa Fast features a four-point roll cage, and Momo Daytona Evo bucket seats with Crow restraint harnesses.