2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe R-Spec


The Korean skills to drive we arrive in Europe but hardly disappointing. There were in fact only a thousand pieces in our direction, and none of them had that nice V6 on board. Too bad, but we had to do with 2.0 Turbo. The R-Spec version of it was perhaps a little sparse, but now there is an R-Spec from the 3.8 V6. Way to go Hyundai, now to the Netherlands that thing!

The famous trick was also used in this model. Useless contributions as cruise control and headlights kit automatically were omitted, and they assemble a range of delicious goodies to just a little tighter to take a curve. The new R-Spec has been given stiffer chassis (comfort? Buy a Sonata), it was mounted Brembo remspul and he rolls now on new 19 "alloy surrounded Bridgestone Potenza rubber. And do not forget: there's a limited slip differential. The power of 306 hp sixes remains.

In addition, he's only available with a six-speed manual, as befits a sporty RWD car. Hyundai has also about saving weight, but how many pounds in total, they say it is not. As the price tag that this will be hung, that they keep a secret.

Furthermore, all other Genesis Coupe's interior an update. More soft materials, other buttons on the dashboard, you know. If called once.


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