The people over at Hyundai have decided it’s about time to let everybody know about how much they plan on charging you for one of their Genesis Coupes that has a 2011 model year tamped on it.
On a not so negative note, they’ve also announced that they plan to introduce a new entry-level R-Spec 3.8 model to the current lineup.
The price range is anywhere from $22.250 to $32.250 and is detailed in the chart below but isn’t as interesting as the new R-Spec 3.0 trim level.
Basically what this new choice gives you is the ability to pick between white, black, yellow and red for the exterior, the optional spec of dealer-installed front camber-adjustment bolts and some rather interesting stuff that’s offered as standard.
The most important thing there is the 3.8 liter V6 engine that has an output of 306 horsepower and a peak torque of 266 lb-ft. All of this grunt will be running through a manual six speed transmission towards the rear wheels. They will be holding on to the new Genesis R-Spec via a sport tuned suspension. Another important aspect is the loss of 68 pounds from the equation.
Quite a result from Hyundai and provided that sport tuned suspension doesn’t give people the feeling of no suspension at all the R-Spec will be a pretty successful seller among those who are badge blind.