2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
Inside, Hyundai has added new soft-touch materials, with a stitched-seam appearance for the instrument-panel top, plus an electroluminescent gauge cluster. And rear-seat access should be a bit easier from the driver's side with a new walk-in assist function. A center fascia tray and seatback pockets have been added, for more storage. Plus, all trims now include an expanded gauge display on the center stack.
HID headlamps are now offered in the Genesis Coupe, and the standard sound system includes a USB port for full iPod control, plus an aux-input. Options include Infinity premium sound, two-stage front-seat heaters, and a Proximity Key system with push-button start.
And for the first time, Hyundai's proprietary Blue Link suite of services is available on the Genesis Coupe, in its 3.8 Grand Touring and Track trims and in 2.0T Premium trim.
Check back, as we'll be posting more pictures of the new Genesis Coupe live from the Detroit show floor, along with video and other details as we uncover them.