DNA polymerase from Geobacillus stearothermophilus, Bst DNA polymerase (Bst DNAP), is a versatile enzyme with robust strand-displacing activity that enables loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP). Despite its exclusive usage in LAMP assay, its properties remain open to improvement . Here, we describe logical redesign of Bst DNAP by using multimodal application of several independent and orthogonal rational engineering methods such as domain addition, supercharging, and machine learning predictions of amino acid substitutions . The resulting Br512g3 enzyme is not only thermostable and extremely robust but it also displays improved reverse transcription activity and the ability to carry out ultrafast LAMP at 74 °C . Our study illustrates a new enzyme engineering strategy as well as contributes a novel engineered strand displacing DNA polymerase of high value to diagnostics and other fields.