The 2009-2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe – More Than Meets the Eye
The rear-wheel-drive Genesis Coupe faces a stiff competition from a variety of fantastic coupes—including American pony car coupes such as the Stang and Camaro—and based on one’s wishes, this saucy little Korean coupe can be a a racer boy’s toy or a relaxed commuter car.
Koreans Do It Better – A True Racer from Hyundai
The 2009-2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is eye-catching, and easy to identify at a glance, thanks to the exclusive design using a strong Z-shaped line noticeable along the side, plus a dip in the auto-glass toward the back of the cab. This dip is not only stylistic but serves a purpose as well: it both creates more interior space and increase visibility as well.
It’s What’s on the Inside That Counts
The inside of the Genesis is a little more traditional-looking for a fantastic coupe—a cockpitesque layout greets the driver—though its voluptuous curves and dash console layout take some getting used to. In years past the Genesis’ dashboard was slightly boring but Hyundai has updated the interior with chrome trim and various soft-touch areas throughout the cabin that should completely give the cockpit a more elegant experience and look.
Rvinyl Accessories for the Genesis Coupe
As you can see from 22 of the 3 photos in the post above, Rvinyl has been making dash kits and tail light tints for the Genesis Coupe since it first hit the streets. The combination of great MSRP, aggressive styling and racing prowess have made the Genesis Coupe a true street racing dream. As a result, every owner and enthusiast is doing their best to make their whip stand out from the crowd and what better way to do so than with a carbon fiber dash kit or smoked out tail lights?
- Hyundai Genesis Coupe Review (caradvice.com.au)
- Hyundai Genesis Coupe “Build to Formula Drift” with Rhys Millen Racing (driftcarvideos.com)
- Motorsports: Hyundai and Rhys Millen reunite, will return to Pikes Peak with new RWD racer, Genesis Coupe (autoblog.com)