This tricked-out Hyundai Genesis Coupe does not represent a tuning package as such. It is, apparently, a showcase of various after market parts for the car done by Hyundai’s Frankfurt dealership for a customer, using a bit of help from SCHMIDT Revolution. This can give some ideas to the owners of first-gen Genesis Coupe who are looking for ways to improve their car.
This 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Gets a stainless steel exhaust with four tailpipes and 200-cell metal catalysts by INJEN, so its V6 engine should make a little more than the stock 300 horsepower.
To improve the styling they used a hand-made grille, revised bumpers with new fog lamps and LEDs, and blacked-out headlights. To complete the look, the Coupe ah also been fitted with IXION diffuser and spoiler at the back. Interior mods include various body coloured parts, a double DIN Pioneer AVIC in-dash system, and a MAGDEN digital display for showing OBD data.
The main feature of the car, and what really improves its looks, is a set of SCHMIDT Revolution FS Line three-piece wheels in size 8,5 x20 inch with 235/30-20 Falken tires in at the front axle and 10×20 inch with 275/30-20 tires on the rear.
The car is also lowered substantially using KW Variant 1 suspension system.