• Nov 4, 2008
Click above for a high-res gallery of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe

In addition to the race-ready RMR Genesis Coupe, HKS and Street Concepts brought out their own rear-wheel-drive two-doors to the party.

The Street Concepts coupe builds off the 3.8-liter V6 model, coating the exterior in a "Stealth Fighter-inspired" paint scheme and matching it to a custom grille, tinted head and tail lights and an APR wing. 19-inch Volk hoops wrapped in Pirelli rubber fill the wheel wells and frame uprated Brembo brakes. The only substantive engine mods are a K&N cold air intake and Magnaflow cat back exhaust. Inside, it's more about show than go, with a pair of Recaro Sportster Topline seats, black suede accents and an Infinity audio system.

HKS received a turbocharged 2.0-liter model to build its masterpiece, and with a GT2835R turbo upgrade, HKS stainless tubular manifold, intercooler, sequential blow-off valve, carbon fiber air box and cat-back exhaust, the HKS Genesis is a good indication of what the first round of modded coupes could look like when it goes on sale this Spring. In addition to the engine upgrades, the suspension has been swapped out with HKS Hipermax III coilovers, along with a functional aero kit designed by Ken Style – HKS's Time Attack partner.

Hit the jump for more details and video of the reveal.





Hyundai Genesis SEMA Car Unveils at SEMA 2008


PRESS RELEASE


STREET CONCEPTS GENESIS COUPE


A long-time Hyundai tuner, Shawn Williams from Street Concepts delivered a modified Genesis Coupe outfitted with a black camouflage, Stealth Fighter-inspired paint design that compliments its aggressive styling. The exterior also features a custom grille design, tinted taillights and an APR rear wing.
The Street Concepts Genesis Coupe showcases Volk 19-inch racing wheels, Pirelli performance tires, a modified suspension and Brembo brakes. A Magnaflow cat-back exhaust and K&N cold air intake system enhance the performance of the 3.8-liter V6 engine. Interior modifications include a custom Infinity audio system, Recaro Sportster Topline seats and black suede accents designed to fit the Stealth Fighter theme.

HKS GENESIS COUPE

HKS, known for its premium performance parts, designed a customized Genesis Coupe that maximizes the driving performance capabilities for the serious driving enthusiast. The HKS Genesis Coupe includes a HKS GT2835R Turbo upgrade to maximize horsepower and torque, HKS stainless tubular manifold, HKS intercooler upgrade, HKS super sequential blow-off valve, HKS performance stainless cat-back exhaust, HKS carbon fiber air box and intake duct, HKS Super Fire spark plugs and HKS Hipermax III fully-adjustable suspension.

The HKS Genesis Coupe also showcases functional ground effects designed by Ken Style, HKS Time-Attack cars' aerodynamic partner. The interior emphasizes driver comfort and control, with HKS electronics including CAMP2 that monitors up to 24 data signals from the Genesis OBD2 and programmable calculations for fuel costs, average fuel consumption and fuel efficiency in real time.


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Celica GT-S
      • 6 Years Ago
      Don't like the quirky styling of the Genesis coupe at all, but I actually think the red one looks nice.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I like the car, but I don't like these tuner concepts. Theres a white and grey one on the gencoupe forums that looks incredibly hot though.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I couldn't figure out what the first picture looked like, but if you squint, without the "H" the red coupe actually looks like a Honda Fit from the front.

      To me anyway...lol.
      • 6 Years Ago
      OOOhhhh! I like the red one! Purty!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I really wish this car didn't look so lumpy. the red one in particular looks rather disjointed with all the add on bits. still much prefer the 05-06 Tiburon Styling. was clean but distinct.
      • 6 Years Ago
      the red lone looks tall.
      • 6 Years Ago
      danger air intake?
        • 6 Years Ago
        ^^^^my thoughts as well...

        also, they sure managed to get a lot of air bubbles under the "big dawg" decal