2013 Hyundai JP Edition Genesis Coupe review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 , 17:10:05 byDan

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Hyundai JP Edition Genesis Coupe

Hyundai Motor Company has continuously tried to create innovative ways to satisfy customers. The company leads Korea’s auto industry and has become a major global auto company. And speaking of innovation, the brand is going to introduce the Hyundai JP Genesis Coupe at the 2013 SEMA show in Las Vegas, this November. The new vehicle is the consequence of the teaming between Hyundai and John Pangilinan. The designer is already famous and this is due, partly, to the flowering collaboration with the Korean Brand.


The Hyundai JP Genesis Coupe comes all covered in an Atlantis Blue exterior paint. The powertrain available on the car concept has been modified, so that now it is more cost-effective. The changes that occur are an AEM cold air intake, ARK Performance exhaust, turbo downpipe, and friction-reducing Lucas Oil. The vehicle is also equipped with KW Variant 3 coilovers. The car will sit on a set of 19-inch MORR VS52 concave mono-forged wheels in mystic black, coupled with Toyo Proxes T1R 275/30 ZR19 tires for the front and 315/25 ZR19 rubbers for the rear. Let’s not forget about the Brembo Gran Turismo brake kit with oversized 15-inch calipers and the ultra-wide custom metal fender flares from TS Designs, designed by Jon Sibal.


The inside of the Hyundai JP Genesis Coupe is an exclusive one. The RECARO Cross Sportster seats with a custom Katzkin suede and smooth leather treatment can make you dream about driving this car. Technology is at home with this vehicle. The JP Genesis is equipped with Alpine Electronics System built by BP Auto Sound, Alpine INE-W927HD head unit, Alpine SPR-60C component 2-way speaker system, two Alpine SWR-T10 10” thin subwoofers, Alpine MRX-M55 mono power amp, Alpine MRX-F35 4/3/2 channel power amp, Scosche Electronics, Accumat HyperFlex sound deadening, EFX Elite Series braided multi-core interconnects, EFX speaker wire, amp power kit and ground distribution block, Kinetik power supply and battery, V-LEDs lighting. If this doesn’t sound too convincing for you, then wait for the SEMA to find put a greater number of details.