We’ll start with the obvious: It’s fast. And its design does nothing to dispel this idea. A more aggressively sculpted front fascia and hood
generate attention and high-speed stability. The signature drop-beltline rear windows allow for better over-the-shoulder visibility for the
driver. While the dual exhaust and new LED tail lights create an impressive appearance and a sound that says, buh bye.
Take a seat. The first thing you’ll notice, you’re not cramped. A well-mapped-out driver cockpit tunes out distractions, and generous
sport seat bolsters and a sport shift knob feel like they were made for you. Available auto-dimming rearview mirror, Blue Link®, Bluetooth®,
and an updated leather-wrapped steering wheel with integrated audio controls aren’t just luxuries—they help you stay focused on the
road ahead. The standard stereo is anything but. The AM/FM/CD player with SiriusXM™ Satellite Radio comes with iPod®, USB and
auxiliary input jacks. Steering-wheel-mounted audio controls let you change the station or track without taking your hands off the wheel,
and the controls on the display are intuitive and within easy reach. The display is high on the instrument panel to reduce driving distraction.
The optional, premium, 360-watt Infinity® audio system includes HD Radio Technology, 10 speakers, external amplifier and subwoofer
for clean, punchy sound. The rear seat is designed for adults, not just children. Instead of three rear seats, our engineers used the
available space to make sure it’s comfortable for two. The large, drop-beltline side windows give rear passengers a clear view, while
large door openings and a walk-in assist feature on the driver and passenger seats, make it easier to get in and out.
One look at the spec sheet and you’ll soon learn why the Genesis Coupe is made of the stuff that makes for greatness. Even so, there’s
always room for improvement. Because who doesn’t want more power? With premium-grade fuel, you can expect 348 hp from the
V6 and 274 hp from the 2.0T. Add in a new 8-speed automatic transmission with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and
“great” just got better.