As you already know, we recently had the opportunity to test Hyundai’s 2010 Genesis Coupe. We thought who better to tell you a about the new vehicle than the man responsible, Hyundai’s Product PR Manager, Miles Johnson. The Korean sport compact comes with either a turbocharged four cylinder or a 300 HP V6. The car is well styled and looks like nothing you have ever seen before. But best of all, the new car offers rear wheel drive excitement at an affordable price complete with an outstanding warranty.

To see the rest of from our trip to Hotlanta check out the links below:


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  (79) posted on 05.24.2009

I’m curious how the engines will take to modifications... As in the amount of power the stock internals can handle and how quickly the aftermarket gets parts out.

People say it’s a white space... but it’s sorta like if they started selling mustangs with V6’s and turbo 4’s. every now and then there is a stand out cheap RWD coupe.

  (177) posted on 05.24.2009

This recent agressive marketing probably cost Hyundai a lot of money. But marketing have been always very effective in US, so this moneys will not be wasted.

  (289) posted on 05.24.2009

The Genesis Coupe is fine. I don’t think it deserves the hype its received, but at the very least, the fact that it is a good value is undeniable

  (231) posted on 05.24.2009

Is it just me or there are many elements of other car’s designs in this car? Lexus front? Infiniti back? Nizzan Z side? gee... come on! come up with some original designs!

  (318) posted on 05.24.2009

Price Tag Matters: The V6 model comes with 19-inch gunmetal finish alloy wheels, Brembo brakes with 13.4-inch rotors and four-piston brakes, track-tuned suspension, and Torsen-type limited-slip differential. Unlike the 2.0T, the Track model is available with a Shiftronic automatic, in addition to a regular manual. Pricing is $29,500 for the manual, and $31,000 for the automatic.

  (314) posted on 05.24.2009

Miles Johnson gives a good introduction here but I hope to see someone from TopGear or Driver’s Republic to evaluate this car’s performance

  (421) posted on 05.24.2009

Wow the video was great it gave good impression about the Genesis. With those phonies for 22k the Genesis is a great offer for those who want’s to keep a sports car with a limited budget

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