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Hyundai Genesis Hurricane SC For SEMA

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This year at SEMA Show Hyundai will showcase a special edition prototype Genesis Coupe, called the Hurricane SC.

This extreme version of the Genesis Coupe is joint project between Hyundai America Technical Center Inc. (HATCI), Magnuson Products, Rhys Millen Racing, Harman International and Torvec Inc.

Almost every part of the car is modified, including power, traction, braking, exterior and interior design and audio system. The best part of it is a Magnuson supercharger with liquid to air intercooler for the 3.8 liter V6 engine, which increases the output to 450 hp.

“The supercharger creates a modest six to seven pounds of boost which generates a 35-45 percent increase in horsepower and torque and can be easily modified to deliver even higher boost levels,” said Terry Peddicord, director, sales, Magnuson Products.  “One of the many exciting aspects of this project is that the Genesis Hurricane SC is not just another pretty face for the show circuit, but rather it is a hard working lab-rat that will push the bounds of this car and the whole vehicle segment.”

The car also gets an IsoTorque differential, and Rhys Millen Racing (RMR) body kit including a front bumper, grille, hood, side skirts, diffuser and rear deck with spoiler, plus RMR free flowing exhaust system and air intake. The 19-inch wheels and tires are provided by Enkei and Hankook.

Also found on the options list are the Brembo six piston brake kit with cross drilled front and rear rotors and Bilstein monotube shock absorbers and springs with adjustable ride height tuned on the Nurburgring.

The Hurricane’s interior also received some state of the art enhancements including a Harman International high level Lexicon audio system that was tuned in house by HATCI engineers and Katzkin custom premium leather and suede seats accented with blue inserts.

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