After the 2016 model year, Hyundai is killing off its only rear-drive sports coupe. Sad!
I changed both headlights 67 days ago, having to remove the entire front bumper to access the bulbs. Horrible, evil engineers.
For those that don’t know me very well, I’m Derek and it’s nice to meet you.
Photographer’s car, or assistant photographer’s car, or assistant to the photographer’s car. We bonded over how small the rear seats were as I was pulling my Genesis around to transport the bride and groom to the reception (naturally I had the cleanest car; my friends are slobs). The bride sat up front while the groom…
It is fugly. Seriously, the corners on the top of the grille just totally screw it up. Everything else is swoopy and sleek and curvy and then the designer got to the top of the grille and just said "fuck it, hand me the straight edge, it's 4:30 Friday and I'm out of here".
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is by far and away the best competitor to the Mustang since we figured out we could eat cow. Hyundai's power unit choices will now be shadowed by Ford for their new 2015 Mustang, so is the Genesis Coupe still relevant or calf needing to be put down?
Got a tad bit sideways... It was awesome! And I'm more in love than I thought I could be! I will post a Oppo review sometime soon. Big thanks to all of you guys and Tom McParland (AutoMatch) for helping me out.
Expected to replace the existing Genesis in 2015.