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Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2013

Written By Nathen Bridgwater on Thursday, March 28, 2013 | 6:42 PM

Hyundai cars are so stout in demand in the world, Hyundai is now home manufacturer from South Korea now merangcang / create Genies Hyundai Coupe. In a presentation on the Genesis Coupe in Korea Speed ​​Festival 2011 in Yeongam, South Korea last week, Hyundai released preliminary details of the sports car is fresh.Starting with the base engine offering 2.0T, Hyundai has added a new twin-scroll turbocharger and intercooler 50 percent larger. Power up 30 percent, from 210 hp to 274. Torque also increases, to 275 lb-ft, all of which are available at just 2000 rpm.In a presentation on the Genesis Coupe in Korea Speed ​​Festival 2011 in Yeongam, South Korea last week, Hyundai released early details about the sports car fresh.all the Hyundai cars available for test track either Track Pack or R-Spec cars, which means that they come equipped with 19-inch wheels with a larger lower profile rubber high performance Bridgestone, stiffer springs (about 10 percent), thicker sway bars (measuring 24 and 20 mm front and rear compared to 23/19 in the standard package) and the 4-piston Brembo brakes with 13.4-inch front rotors and 13-inchHyundai says both engines will be offered with eight-speed automatic transmission, which replaces the 5-speed auto 2.0 liter Turbo 6-speed auto and 3.8-liter V6. Both models are also offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox.

INTERIORAadakah the new Genesis Coupe does not just stop at performance. Inside the cabin materials have been upgraded and is definitely better, although still not going to wow anyone. The biggest change is the redesigned center stack with three-gauge showing fuel economy and temperate oil on both sides, by measuring the center provides real-time output torque on the V6 and increase pressure on the 4-cylinder. Added upgrades including telescoping steering wheel and a blue link telematics system optional on 3.8 Grand Touring models high quality tracks as well as the 2.0T Premium

Fuel economy is up, although not as much as expected. 8-speed automatic gives one mpg on the highway mpg more to rank 20/31 in the 2.0T (21/30 for 6MT). The V6, now moved up one tick in each category on mpg 18/28 for the automatic and 18/27 for the manual.The performance, however, comes at a cost, and all of these improvements have led to a substantial increase for the Genesis Coupe is updated. Entry price now starts at $ 24,250 - up $ 2,000 from the previous. An automatic model will cost $ 25,500 with the R-Spec for $ 1,000 more. If that is what you are after V6, prices ranging from $ 28,750 for the R Spec-track-ready but the stripped-down with a stick shift, with a big bump to $ 32,000 for the automatic model. Price tops out at $ 34,250 - about $ 5,000 less than the Nissan 370Z full.
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