Photos By Larry Chen
High Voltage Experience is all about sharing the joy and excitement that electric cars brings to the world of motorsport. The event wouldn’t be complete without the Bisimoto Porsche 935 making an appearance at the show. Long-time automotive enthusiast, engineer, and builder Bisi Ezerioha, owner of Bisimoto Engineering, has built a number of amazing performance cars that have made appearances at SEMA, on the Hoonigan YouTube channel, and other high visibility places over the years. While he will never tire of building high-performance internal combustion engines for projects, Bisi, ever the innovator, was able to see the impact that EVs would have on our world and got an early start down that path with the development of the 935 you see here.
Powered by a heavily modified Tesla Model S P100D drivetrain, gone are the signature turbocharged whoosh and blow-off valve sounds normally associated with a 935 built out like the Le Mans style racer before you. They have been replaced with an equally impressive high-tech hum and whir as the Porsche puts instant off-idle torque to the massive rear Toyo tires and blasts down the tarmac.
The car features components from a few of our high-performance Holley brands as well. A Racepak Smartwire PDM is responsible for sending power to all necessary components inside the vehicle while an AEM dash presents critical data in an attractive layout to the driver. The car is currently in the process of converting over to AEM EV electronics for the VCU prior to SEMA as well.
If you’re in the Bay area, don’t miss out on your opportunity to see one of the most well-built custom EVs in existence along with many others this November 13-14 at Sonoma Raceway at the inaugural Holley High Voltage Experience!