The notable point about the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is that it comes with multiple trim options. The 2.0T and 3.8 options are the two most notable choices. The key difference between these two is that the 2.0T uses a 2.0L four cylinder engine while the 3.8 has a 3.8L V6 engine. The fuel economy on each edition is noticeably different in that the 2.0T has a 21/30 mpg rating while the 3.8 has a 17/27 rating. Also, the 2.0T has a six speed manual transmission that can be upgraded to a five speed automatic transmission while the 3.8 has six speed transmissions in both types.
The vehicle includes R-Spec options on both forms. The R-Spec edition of the 2.0T and 3.8 both feature nineteen inch wheels instead of the standard eighteen inches. The slip differential on the R-Spec variants of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is also substantially reduced in intensity.
The Grand Touring and Track versions of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 are also special. These feature ten speaker audio systems, a touchscreen navigation control, an automatic temperature control system and full leather seats. The Track edition goes as far as to offer xenon headlights. These headlights are automatic just like with other models of the Genesis Coupe and will quickly move on when the light in an area is dim.
All of these vehicles are made at values that are substantially less than what Hyundai charges for other vehicles. The Hyundai Genesis Coupe can be found for $22,200 in its basic 2.0T variant while the most expensive base model is the $30,700 3.8 Track model. These provide for some sporty vehicles that are easy to manage without breaking the bank just to use them.