Running late to soccer practice? No problem.
The folks at Bisimoto have tricked out and tuned up this “Power-Van” to boast an enormous 1,029 horsepower. It’s still your standard seven-passenger 2014 Honda Odyssey, but with a massive overhaul done to the powertrain.
The minivan has achieved the four-figure horsepower feat through a number of changes under the hood – including but not limited to – AEM electronics, an Infinity ECU, Arias pistons, Turbonetics BTZ7265 twin turbochargers, Bisimoto’s custom 360 degree oil cap, a cat-back exhaust system, Deatschwerks 2200cc injectors, an upgraded Magnafuel 750cc fuel pump, R&R custom steel rods, a wastegate and blowoff valve.
The “Power-Van” was slammed to the ground and fitted with Fifteen52 wheels and Toyo Tires.
To set the Odyssey apart from its competitors – if the horses under the hood don’t already do so – it features several visual changes. Inside, the van has been fitted with Recaro seats and leather upholstery done by SOS Customs. Denmatic designed the exterior, which hosts an abundance of Honda accessories and a fresh coat of paint.
Bisimoto, known worldwide for its awe-inspiring builds, also unveiled a 1022-horsepower Hyundai Genesis Coupe at this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Bisimoto yanked the stock 3.8-liter V6 from the Genesis and replaced it with a custom-built engine, much like they did for the “Power-Van.”
Here’s a look at the Genesis Coupe in action:Cars, Genesis Coupe, Honda, Hyundai, Odyssey, SEMA Show, Video