Check Out the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe

Hyundai Motor Company is basically a South Korean auto manufacturer, established in Seoul in 1967; since then, the company has evolved a lot, and its cars are sold today in over 190 countries, having some 75,000 employees worldwide. In an attempt to sell more and at reasonable prices, Hyundai cars are being manufactured in other countries as well, such as the United States. The car we want to present today is one of those cars, the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe, a great two-door car that is sure to turn eyes on the road and inspire admiration.

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It seems like the Genesis is one of the Hyundai cars that were best sold in America, and it will probably maintain this status for the foreseeable future. The new 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe has an almost entirely new face, it is sleek and appealing, and it probably looks even better than the photos. The exterior is not the only part of the car which has suffered improvement and transformation, and if we look under the hood we will find some new, better engines as well. The car still has the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine made entirely from aluminum, but this time it benefits from a twin-scroll turbocharger and a much larger intercooler; the latter part is actually almost half as big as the last time, so performance is definitely improved on this new model.

This new and improved engine can produce some 274 bhp and 275 lb.ft. of torque; this is pretty impressive for a car this type, and compared with previous models, the values have increased exponentially as well. Other improvements that engineers added to the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe are a stainless steel integrated exhaust manifold, and a much lighter integrated turbo housing that improves emissions and the overall efficiency of the car. Those who are already curious about the car will be happy to hear another variant will be available, this time with a V-6 engine.

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If you’re wondering what a 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe can do with a V-6 engine, we’ll tell you: it can do 348 horsepower, an amazing figure. On the first variant, maximum torque was reached at 2000 rpm, while the V-6 engine needs to get to 5600 rpm; similarly, the first one has a maximum speed of 146 mph, and the latter 149 mph. As for transmission, this is where things get a little more complicated, because customers won’t have the possibility of opting for exactly what they want; two of the car’s variants come only with six-speed manual transmission, two others only with eight-speed automatic, and only two others with whichever option. As for which goes to which, these are details to be discussed with your car dealer, after taking a drive test and seeing how each car behaves and what you like more. The good news is that the options are there, so every customer should be able to find satisfaction.

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