Bisimoto Engineering is the brain child of Bisi Ezerioha, a former scientist who now focuses on design, manufacturing and the sale of high performance parts for both the street and motorsports.
“We are an engineering agency with a passion for design & developing beautiful creations. We’ve had the privilege to work with some of the largest names in the business and have established a reputation for always bringing innovation to the table with every project.” Bisi Ezerioha President, Bisimoto Engineering.
Where do you start with Bisi? He is smart articulate, funny and as you probably know Bisi has been building some of the fastest and most interesting cars in the US. The more you hear about his wild ideas and future builds the more excited you are to see them come to life. Bisi is all about keeping performance alive in anything he sets his mind to.
At the 2014 SEMA show, Ezerioha showcased his company’s newest creations for Honda and Hyundai. He showcased two 2015 Honda Fit concepts and a 2015 Hyundai Sonata. The 2015 Bisimoto Hyundai Sonata has been recognized as the most powerful Sonata sedan in history with a record 708 hp. This makes it more powerful than the supercar beating Dodge Challenger Hellcat.
Ezerioha’s accolades also include providing one of the most memorable vehicles featured in Top Gear USA. The 2014 Bisimoto Honda Odyssey is featured in the Top Gear USA episode ‘Cool Cars for Grownups’. In the episode, host Rutledge Wood races the Odyssey against his fellow presenters in a 2014 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S and a 2014 Mercedes AMG E63 S-model. The Bisimoto 2014 Honda Odyssey “Power-Van” was designed for those that desire the very best in performance and reliability. This “Power-Van” was built to the tune of 1029 Horsepower!
As to what the future holds for Bisi, he tells us he has some even crazier projects coming out later this year. That means potentially five cars for this year’s SEMA show. We should see something for Honda, Hyundai and at least two new manufactures focusing on turbo builds. We certainly can’t wait to see what goes on display.