Hyundai Genesis Coupe by HKS to appear at SEMA –

Ever since Hyundai released their new performance coupe, the Genesis, tuners have wanted to get their hands on it, the agressive design and performance of the car being good, but by no way perfect in most of their oppinions. Such was the case with HKS, which created this version of the Korean coupe, and is to be unveilled at the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show in Las Vegas, one of the biggest custom car show in the world.

The modifications made by the Japanese tuners include the HKS GT Turbo engine upgrade, a custom exhaust and intake system, a new ECU and a new suspension, which will be fully adjustable. On the outside, HKS brought designer Ken Style which created a custom bodykit for Hyundai’s Coupe. Driver comfort is the name of the game for the inside of the car, the Japanese employing all their tehnological gadgets, including their CAMP2 that shows the driver almost 24 types of data received from the car computer, and also calculates the fuel consumption and costs in real time. All in all, quite a modded car, but can’t really reach the quality of the Art of Speed model done by Hyundai themselves, but we’ll just have to wait and see them in real life at SEMA.

Source: MotorAuthority

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