Rhys Millen and his team of tuners at RMR are burning the midnight oil preparing one of the three Genesis coupes for SEMA, and if there's a sure-fire way of getting our attention, it's with a flat-mount intercooler.
In addition to the new breathing mods fitted to the turbocharged, 2.0-liter, RMR has swapped out the front and rear fenders, doors and roof with carbon fiber pieces, along with fitting a massive rear wing, customized air ducting and an eight-point roll cage. Race gas will be delivered courtesy of a custom fuel cell with dual fuel inlets mounted out back and a Sparco fire suppression system appears to be partially installed. Judging by the ride height, the coupe is already sitting on the KW coilovers, but the Enkei wheels and HKS sequential gearbox haven't been fitted. Looking through the photos, it would appear that the RMR Genesis is still a few days away from paint, so we're taking up a collection around Autoblog HQ to send as case of RedBull to Rhys and his team.