Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2010 review

          The 2010 Genesis Coupe is introduced with rear-wheel drive sports coupe featuring two performance-focused engines, a 212 horsepowers 2.0 liters turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a range-topping all-aluminum 306 horsepowers, DOHC 3.8 liters V6 engine. 

         The Genesis Coupe is also unmistakably linked to several Hyundai concept cars. The powerful curves, surface detail, and "Z" bodyside lines come straight from the HCD9 Talus and the HCD8 sports coupe. Genesis Coupe's arching roofline and tapering greenhouse highlight the exterior profile and emphasize the car's broad shoulders and wide stance. Genesis Coupe rides on standard 18 inches alloy wheels or optional 19 inches wheels, both delivering a bold stance and aggressive handling.

         Hyundai offered the coupe's all-aluminum, 24 valves 3.8 liters V 6 makes 310 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 263 pound-feet of torque at 4700. Both figures are less than the 330 horses at 7000 rpm and 270 pound-feet of at 5200 rpm the G37's 3.7 liters V6 makes. The G37 has a better weight-to-power ratio, 11.0 versus 11.6 pounds per horsepower, though the Genesis coupe is ahead of everyone else on the list.


            * Type of engine (two choices): Turbocharged 4 Cylinder and V6
            * Displacement: 2.0 Liters (Turbo 4 cyl); 3.8 Liters (V6)
            * Horsepower 223 @ 6,000 rpm (4 cyl); 310 @ 6,000 rpm (V6)
            * Top Speed: 137 mph (4 cyl); 149 mph (V6)
            * Curb Weigh: 3439 lbs (4 cyl); 3549 lbs (V6)
            * Price (est): $25,000 (4 cyl); $29,000 (V6)


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