The Korean-language Hyundai blog has let slip a few more photos of the 2013 Genesis Coupe, giving us an even better idea of what the vehicle will look like once it receives a formal introduction at the Detroit Auto Show in January. From the looks of things, the performance coupe will fall in line with the Hyundai corporate design language, complete with a more complex front fascia that borrows heavily from the Veloster. The vehicle's stylized headlights are a sharp touch, however, and LED fog lights nestled low in the front fascia help give the vehicle a splash of class as well.
Speaking of reworked lighting, the tail lamps have been significantly redesigned, as well. The finished product appears significantly more aggressive than the current model. What other changes can we expect to see? Hyundai hasn't tipped its powertrain hand just yet, but we expect to see the current engine line to carry over, albeit with slight upgrades. There is some word that Hyundai may offer a supercharged version of the 3.8-liter V6, and we fully expect the revised six-cylinder powerplant from the Genesis sedan to be fitted under the coupe's hood. We'll know for sure come January.