The Detroit Auto Show 2012 hosted a very important ceremony for the Koreans: Hyundai Genesis Coupe facelift, issuing serious demands for a serious sport car category, which is skilled in … drifting.
Those who want an affordable sport car, although there are many crazy price out there, you should take a look at the new facelift Hyundai Genesis Coupe, which was unveiled at Detroit Motor Show 2012. It is a real sport car that reflects the desire of Koreans to evolve on all levels, including that of performance cars.
Hyundai Genesis has attracted attention since its launch, providing athletes which claims specific layout (front engine, rear wheel drive) and a good price / performance ratio. Now, the car comes with a refreshing facelift image in line with the new aggressively shaped headlights, a prominent front grille and hood with sports slits.
Overall, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe coupe facelift remains a beautifully sketched, without excesses of aggression, but will highlight the landscape better because of itself’s image was revised. A lot of things that you will find in the interior, where the center console takes the form of “hourglass” known from the Elantra, for instance.
Like other models in range, Genesis Coupe facelift is based on a rich level of interior equipment, while we are promised that the quality is much better than before. In appearance, the car is modern and pleasant, without the interior to be designed specifically very sporty – just three analog indicators on the console attract more attention. The smallest engine available, at least on the North American market, is a turbocharged 2.0 liter and not less than 274 hp while torque stands at 373 Nm value.