Hyundai Adds More Appeal to 2014 Genesis Coupe
When you already manufacture a great car, why not take what works and make it even better? Hyundai is adopting this philosophy with the 2014 Genesis Coupe, making it more competitive than ever before in the popular sport coupe segment. With a number of new features and enhancements, there’s no denying that Hyundai’s 2014 Genesis Coupe will be its most exciting version yet.
Subtle curves and harsh lines come together in the Genesis Coupe to create an almost menacing demeanor. The prominent, aggressive front fascia hints at the power that dwells within it in the form of a 3.8-liter V6 engine that churns out 348 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.
Additional technology keeps the driver connected at all times, not to mention safe with Hyundai’s standard Assurance Connected Care system which offers a variety of safety features like automatic collision notification, enhanced roadside assistance, and many others.
With new technologies and a performance-oriented body that matches its highly capable drivetrain, Hyundai has created an undeniably appealing sports coupe that is sure to make a huge splash in its segment.
Other highlights mentioned in Hyundai’s statement heralding the release of the 2014 Genesis Coupe include:
- Engine RPM downshift rev-matching standard with eight-speed auto
- Carbon-coated synchronizer rings added to manual transmission
- Hill-start Assist feature standard for manual models
- Heated floors and floor mats
- Improved nav system functions
Let us know: does Hyundai have what it takes to make the 2014 Genesis Coupe a top tier competitor in its segment? Leave us a comment, and let us know!
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