Hyundai seems to be working with a large number of aftermarket tuners to create several souped-up Genesis Coupes for this year's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show that will take place in Las Vegas this November. The latest tuner to announce that it is working on the rear-wheel-drive Korean coupe is HKS. The tuning firm said that its version of the Genesis Coupe will feature a series of modifications including a HKS GT Turbo upgrade (we presume that HKS is talking about the 212HP 2.0-liter turbo engine), a custom exhaust system and intake system, a new engine management unit and a fully-adjustable suspension. -Continued
As expected, HKS will also upgrade the Genesis Coupe’s appearance with a functional bodykit designed by Ken Style. Inside, HKS says that it will emphasize driver comfort and control with HKS electronics including the 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.
Via: Autoblog.com , Source: Hyundai