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2014 Hyundai Genesis Coupe : Current Models

Hyundai is already working on a replacement for the now six-year old Genesis Coupe, having even presented a conceptual take of what the future may hold with last year's impressive HND-9 study, but for the time being, it's giving the current model a few minor updates to keep it relevant on the market. In particular, for 2014, the Koreans made some changes to the Genesis Coupe's powertrain and equipment features.

Starting with the former, they added an engine RPM downshift rev-matching system as standard on all models fitted with the 8-speed transmission, while the manual gearbox gains carbon-coated synchronizer rings for smoother shift action and a standard Hill-start Assist feature. Wrapping up the updates under the hood is the new intake sound induction pipe for the 2.0-liter Turbo model.

Moving on to the equipment revisions, all models now come fitted with fog lights, cruise control, auto-dimming inside mirror with HomeLink, heated mirrors and floor mats as standard.

R-Spec models gain improved seat bolsters, while other updates included a newer navigation system, improved telematics services, five new exterior shades and a new cloth interior scheme.

Pricing for the 2014 Hyundai Genesis starts at $26,350 excluding destination and handling. For more detailed info on pricing, check out the table below, followed by Hyundai's own list of competitors (which as you will see, range from the BMW 435i to the Honda Civic Coupe Si) and how they stack up against the Genesis Coupe in terms of power ratings.

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