One of the main things which Hyundai did recently, especially with its rebranding and such is to produce economical cars, and in saying so, we don’t only mean the price of purchase but this includes fuel economy as well. With the rising price of fuel, Hyundai has gone on to position themselves as fuel saving cars which seriously did help with their sales over the past year or so.

So the new Coupe is one which will give other cars in this bracket a run for their money. While the Type-R might not feel threatened in any way since it is well established and has its own following, the Genesis Coupe might just start evangelizing the new buyers. Rear wheel drive, 2.0 liter turbocharged engine and looks pretty good really. Honestly. The car comes with the engine that gets you 210 horsepower amidst its 19 inch alloy wheels and Brembo brakes at the back. Its suspensions are ‘track-tuned’ and the R-Spec emblem is where people know not to mess with you, again, unless you are driving the Type-R. The engine is mated with a 6 speed manual transmission gearbox.

It comes with keyless entry, airbags in front, side and curtain, leather steering wheel and shift knob as well as a 6 speaker stereo MP3 enabled system with iPod/USB connectivity. This was supposedly the stripped down version but Hyundai surely has got the consumers in mind when they decided to put in all the features mentioned above where it would surely be good enough to go on the roads and not only the tracks. Like it or not, this car looks good enough as a normal sedan car and aggressive enough to go against any one (apart from the supercars of course).

 

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