Hyundai revealed the pricing list of each model. The base model "2.0T" has a 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder with 210hp. That's actually the same power as a 4.0L V6 Mustang. Comparably, it's 10hp more than the 2.0L turbo Audi TT, and the TT is front-wheel drive and more expensive. On the other hand, the Genesis Coupe starts at $22,000. So this base model appels to enthusiasts who want a low starting price and the ability to tune their car to their own specifications.
The big Korean automaker also released a "R-Spec" package for the base model. With an extra $1,750, the "R-Spec" adds a series of performance orientated goodies such as track-tuned suspension, 19-inch gunmetal-finish alloy wheels with performance summer tires, Brembo braking system, Torsen limited-slip differential, and R-Spec badging.
Moving to the V6 engine Genesis Coupe, the prices for the 3.8L V6 starts at $25,000. And don't worry, the V6 Genesis Coupe delivers a lot of punch, 306hp to be exact. But with goodies added such as Bluetooth, automatic headlights, cruise control, trip computer, chrome interior accents and steering wheel audio controls, the price ups to $31,000. That's still as a base Mustang GT. That's why we expect high sales for the Genesis Coupe when it hits the streets later this month.