After the 2016 model year, Hyundai is killing off its only rear-drive sports coupe. Sad!
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is Korea’s first entry into the pony car wars. What do you need to know before you buy a Hyundai Genesis Coupe? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you in our Buyer’s Guide.
The Genesis Coupe didn’t exactly start a tuner revolution the way everyone thought it would, but it was a solid first effort at a real sports coupe from Hyundai. We’ve heard the next Genesis Coupe will go in a different direction, becoming more of a luxury performance coupe, and now we have some new evidence that it…
Back in 2009, Rhys Millen campaigned a fairly badass turbo V6 Hyundai Genesis in Formula Drift. Here he is testing the car at El Toro, sounding awesome.
"That'll buff out," his friend says, inspecting the damage.
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe has always been kind of an oddball in the sense that it shares a name and a platform with Hyundai's luxury sedan but has an entirely different mission. It's not a big luxury coupe, it's a sporty coupe aimed more at the Ford Mustang, Infiniti G37 and the Subaru BRZ. Strange, right?
On Hyundai's website, they like to boast that the 274 horsepower 2.0-liter turbo four in the Genesis Coupe is more powerful than the Scion FR-S. Well, the base engine is about to get a lot more powerful for 2015, because the V6 will reportedly be the only available motor.
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is a perfectly fine car, but it doesn't make us want to howl at the moon with excitement and lust. Here's a crazy 1,000 horsepower version for SEMA. Suddenly, I care.
Cosworth is a legendary name in performance cars, and now Hyundai has contracted them to tune up their Genesis Coupe. With 389 horsepower and 325 lb-ft of torque, the numbers gains aren't outlandish, but the package looks just right.
Despite being told by Hyundai's U.S. head of PR that that last photo of the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe's refresh we showed you was nothing more than a photoshop, it looks like it was actually spot-on. Hyundai's now dropped five new shots of the new-look front end on their Facebook page, and here's the best shot of the…
Garishly outfitted cars in brightly-colored, energy drink logo-festooned booths teeming with booth babes, brahs in flat bills and old men in auto-themed Hawaiian shirts inhaling a fragrance of waterless car wash and hepatitis. Yup, it's the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) annual show in Las Vegas. The…
The 450-hp ARK Performance Hyundai Genesis Coupe headed for SEMA got us wondering: How many homogeneously-tuned Gennie Coupes have hit the Vegas show? Being fresh out of interns to do the research, we'll just assume the number's 3,129.
Although the driving public now considers $3 gasoline to be normal, another "gas crisis" is inevitable. To help you avoid a knee-jerk beige-buying reaction, we've assembled this list of fun and fuel-frugal sports cars you can buy now.
Rhys Millen is so serious about breaking the world-famous Pikes Peak Hill Climb' 10-minute barrier and reclaiming his family's honor he's building a tube-framed and carbon fiber, 1,850lb, 750 HP stroked 4.1-liter V6-powered monster called the Hyundai Genesis PM580.
We're still waiting for details, but we've been informed by the parties involved that the turbulent story of one man trying to buy a Genesis Coupe is close to a happy ending thanks to some help from Hyundai.