Too bad this beast is not going to stay on the streets (it’s just a show car) because I’m betting my paycheck there would have been A LOT of people to pay for it. Dubbed the “Art of Speed” Hyundai Genesis Coupe it was built with help from the renowned Rhys Millen Racing (RMR) tuning company. What got out? See the picture.
It’s has a 2.0-liter DOHC four-cylinder engine with RMR turbo kit under the hood, and will be equipped with a heavy-duty HKS sequential transmission and a K&W coil over suspension to make the most of those little horses. Why are they building it? Just to tease? Apparently Hyundai needs to present it at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show, early November in Las Vegas.
“The focus will be on the engine and a radical body design to complement the factory body lines. We are going to transform the Genesis Coupe into an apex-carving machine with jaw-dropping looks. We think it has the possibility of being one of the coolest cars at the show,” said Rhys Millen, professional race driver and founder of RMR.
I love it! What about you?