We hate to tease you with so many cars that you can’t buy, but just look at this Toca Hyundai Genesis Sedan, do you think we bear not to let you guys see it? Nope. We are kind people and we share because we care, and hence this article. Anyway, on with the story. The Toca-tuned Genesis here, dubbed Steel Phoenix, will join JP Edition 2015 Sonata Turbo, Bisimoto Engineering 2015 Sonata, Ark Performance AR550 Genesis Sedan and Blood Type Racing Genesis Coupe, at this year’s SEMA show. While the BTR Genesis Coupe remains the one with the most insane power output, the Toca’s Genesis sedan ain’t too shabby too. Designed and tuned to go head-to-head with the German super sedans, the Steel Phoenix boasts a “Tau” 5.0-liter V8 unit, reworked to unleash over 600 horsepower, thanks to a pair of custom-fabricated Garrett twin-turbo setup that adds a good 180 ponies to the already mean powertrain.

Beyond the force induction, Steel Phoenix also gets a bunch of extras including Garrett air-to-air intercoolers, TiAL external wastegates and boost control valves, a custom oil cooler system, and a custom manifold design paired to a full ARK Performance catback dual exhaust system. On the handling aspect, you’re looking at a set of AirRex digital air suspension system, a capable braking system comprising of custom 8 piston brake calipers up front with massive 380mm 2-piece rotors and custom 6-piston calipers with 356mm rotors, and a set of custom finished 21-inch COR 3-piece wheels shod in 255/30R21 (front) and 295/25R21 (rear) rubbers. A showcar is not complete without a spruce up interior, to which the Steel Phoenix is treated with carbon fiber trim panels, brushed aluminum interior trim, custom black leather seats with white contrasting stitching, Prosport EVO series digital gauges and a Rockford Fosgate sound system.

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And finally, a one-off all metal widebody aero kit and a custom blend of BASF R-M products that offers the a steel and metallic appearance befitting its namesake, Steel Phoenix, rounds up the package. If you are heading to SEMA show, you will be able to catch the Toca “Steel Phoenix” Hyundai Genesis Sedan on display, along with the other four souped up Hyundai rides. In case you didn’t catch it earlier, this is a showcar and you probably can’t buy it, but it can surely inspire you to do the same with your Genesis sedan. Scroll down for a bonus video on the builders of custom Hyundai rides for this year’s SEMA show.

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