|Hyundai Genesis Coupe|
Next, there is a turbocharged, intercooled 2.0-liter DOHC inline four-cylinder engine. Although it’s less powerful compared to its bigger sister, it still has the figures to prove that it’s a sports engine as well. It generates 274 horsepower and can do over 200km/h without breaking a sweat. It too has a tuned exhaust system just like it bigger sister. Both engines are mated to standard six-speed manual transmission system as standard.
|Genesis coupe in action|
However Hyundai also provide an eight-speed automatic transmission system with paddle-shift that offers manual-shifting capability. All the power from both engines is sent to the rear wheels thanks an all new power management system. The suspension has also been tuned to handle the power from the engine and it also ensures that its huge tires remain stuck to the surface.
|Sports shift gear knob|
Lastly the suspension also ensures perfect handling when cornering or drifting on the tarmac thanks to an all new traction control system. It also comes with powerful Brembo brakes that are fade-resistant that give the car amazing stopping power.
|Best seats in the house|
It also has dials that show it fuel consumption, turbo pressure and the power going to the wheel. It also has a large boot space that can be further increased by folding down the rear seats. An Infinity premium audio system with six speakers and large subwoofer provides top class entertainment to occupants. It also comes with input jacks such as the 3.5 mm mini-jack and USB input.
|More rear space thanks to folder rear seats|
This system also allows both driver and passengers to easily view song/artist/title information and control the music from the audio head unit rather than the iPod unit. This safety oriented function allows the driver to keep his or her focus on the road at all times.