If a tuner states that a vehicle will feature number 8, this might not mean 800 hp, but 80 miles per gallon.
Bisimoto Engineering is famous for high-hp builds. Now it is full-hypermiller with the Hyundai HyperEconiq Ioniq concept.
Bismoto managed to reach 83 mpg at times.
Aerodynamic updates provided much of the fuel-efficiency enhancement. The company installed a new splitter at the front, enclosed the vehicle’s wheels at the rear and bolted on side skirts and a subtle wing to smooth airflow. Besides, the vehicle was lowered on Progress Performance coilovers to improve aerodynamics even more.
A custom suspension will reduce rolling resistance, as will the Bridgestone Ecopia tyres. The motor with PurOl Elite synthetic oil will be hidden under the hood.