Why the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is Stronger than Ever

When Hyundai gave a release date for the most-awaited 2012 Genesis Coupe, they not only caused a stir among critics, reviewers, and enthusiasts in the automotive industry, they got every photographer’s attention as well.  It was like there were more photographers in the place than critics making us wonder if the vehicle will need any further reviews when every possible angle will be released in newspapers and magazines and most probably be scattered around the Internet in a minute or so.

One look at the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe was all it took to had every critic in the room head home and post their wonderful reviews.

Truth is everyone is more than pleased with what Hyundai did to the 2012 Genesis Coupe.  The updated exterior looks very classy and modern without any hint of what Korean cars used to be.  This would surely put any Korean car to shame as it not only boasts of a gorgeous styling.  It does not look phony and it is more powerful than the previous models.

Car enthusiasts are raving about the lime-green metallic color that simply gives the word “stunning” a whole new meaning.  If you want all the attention when you are down the road, you just cannot go wrong with the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

Just when you think the Hyundai Genesis Coupe cannot get any better, here comes the 2012 edition with a gorgeous styling and an even better powertrain.  Another thing that puts Hyundai on top of its game is that they have upgraded the powertrain without sacrificing the vehicle’s fuel mileage figures.

We all know that a more powerful engine would warrant some sort of sacrifice in fuel efficiency.  If you want more power, you have to bear with the figures.  Hyundai knows that this is a known fact but understands that not all consumers really want to live up with that.

So we are guessing Hyundai did some pumping up with the engine for it to be able to release more power while staying more or less between the previous wonderful fuel mileage figures.  This is a definite win-win situation for everyone who has their eye on the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe.

2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe: Talk About a Sports Car

The 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe remains to be a top choice of consumers and critics whether it is for the young professional who just wants the personality the vehicle brings or for the true-blood sports car enthusiast. This is the vehicle that seems to have everything from the basic car needs to the look and thrill of a sports car.  It still has that very attractive Z-look style with a wide array of modern technology features and functional interior.

The 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe undoubtedly is one of the better sports cars in the market today that gives great performance, excellent powertrain warranty, a very handsome look, and functionality all at a very reasonable price.

With five trims available and each engine being more than capable to give drivers and passengers a thrilling experience, the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is a definite joy to ride to everyone.  Every reviewer had greatly praised the accurate steering and strong brakes that defines what being a true sports car is.

Being very nimble and well-balanced, test drivers love the excellent grip that gives stability and less body lean on quick turns.  They also had no problem with either engine with both giving good powerful performance.  EPA rates the 2.0T manual and automatic transmission at 21/30 and 20/30 mpg city/highway respectively while the more powerful 3.8 series manual and automatic is at 17/26 and 17/27 mpg city/highway respectively.

Critics love the functionality of the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe’s exterior sleek sports car design.  Most consumers would not notice the functionality of the low shoulder line but this gives better visibility than most coupes out there today.

Both exterior and interior features an upscale ambience with space reasonable enough for a coupe and excellent seating support giving comfort for the passengers and driver at its best.

2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe – Hyundai’s Race Car

Speed, efficiency, and a bold style – these are the characteristics of a sports car. And all of these characteristics are on the 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe; Hyundai’s Race car. The engine that you choose between these two will lead you to new places – a Twin-scroll turbocharged intercooled inline 4-cylinder 16-valve DOHC with Dual-CVVT engine with 274 hp at 6000 rpm, and a V6 24-valve DOHC with Dual-CVVT engine that runs up to 348 hp at 6400 rpm. Between these two, the Twin-scroll engine saves more fuel, with 21 mpg in the city, and 31 mpg on the highway. So, saving your fuel and gaining more speed is not such a bad tandem anymore.

The Genesis Coupe’s exterior really has a boasting, bold look like any other racecar. But because Hyundai made it, additional features are included to make it a unique Hyundai race car – its front fascia design, HID Xenon headlights and LED running lights, aero wiper blades, body-colored rear spoiler, power tilt-and-slide sunroof, and 19-inch Euroflange alloy wheels.

And for the interior, Hyundai filled it with comfort and technology like it does all the time; starting off with the automatic temperature control, outside temperature display, black leather seating that is heated, steering-wheel-mounted audio and cruise control, Bluetooth handsfree connectivity, Electroluminescent gauge cluster with information display screen, and a 360-watt Infinity® premium AM/FM/SiriusXM™/HD/MP3/CD audio system with 10 speakers.

Build your own 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe now and wrap it in these colors available – tsukuba red, Monaco white, becketts black, circuit silver, gran premio gray, and shoreline drive blue. More info about building your own Genesis Coupe? Contact your Hyundai dealer or any Hyundai retail outlet near you.