Hyundai Genesis Coupe Concept 2010

    Car Name: Hyundai Genesis Coupe Concept
    Brand Name: Hyundai

    The Genesis Coupe follows the styling tradition set forth by the Hyundai Tiburon, but outdoes that aging Hyundai compact sports car in every way. The Genesis Coupe comes with an available naturally aspirated V6, sure to be a motor to find its way into more of Hyundai's lineup. The high output engine offers 310 horses on premium fuel.

    Also availble in the Genesis Coupe line is a turbocharged 4 cylinder motor producing 2.0 liters, which has an output in line with the Japanese compact sports car competitors. The Genesis Coupe seems to strike a balance in handling, styling and architecture between cars such as the Ford Mustang and the Subaru WRX.

    It is nice to see that Hyundai, an automaker currently enjoying growth and a solid reputation for producing mainstream-market cars that last, is making steps toward the sports car market. The styling of the Genesis Coupe is hit or miss, some will love it and others will wonder what Hyundai was thinking. But, with the sports car pedigree to back it up, the Genesis Coupe should be another worldwide hit for Hyundai.
    Drivetrain
    Layout
    Front Engine, RWD
    Transmissions, 4 cyl
    6 Speed Manual, 5 Speed Automatic
    Transmissions, V6
    6 Speed Manual, 6 Speed Automatic
    Differential
    Optional Limited Slip
    Engine
    Engine Choices
    Turbocharged 4 Cylinder, V6
    Displacement
    2.0 Liter Turbo 4 cyl, 3.8 Liter V6
    Horsepower, 4 cyl
    223 @ 6,000 rpm (premium fuel)
    Horsepower, V6
    310 @ 6,000 rpm (premium fuel)
    Torque, 4 cyl
    217 lb. ft. @ 2,500 rpm (regular and premium fuel)
    Torque, V6
    263 lb. ft. @ 4,700 rpm (regular and premium fuel)
    Exterior
    Width x Length x Height
    73.4 inches x 182.3 inches x 54.3 inches
    Wheels
    18-inch or 19-inch five-spoke
    Wheelbase
    111.0 inches
    Curb Weight, 4 cyl
    3439 lbs
    Curb Weight, (V6)
    3549 lbs.
    Performance
    0-60 mph (V6)
    Less than 6 sec
    Top Speed, 4 cyl
    137 mph
    Top Speed, V6
    149 mph

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