It turns out thirteen is a lucky number for Hyundai’s Genesis Coupe. For 2013, the fastback has been reworked to assuage complaints enthusiasts have lodged against the svelte, rear-drive Hyundai over the years. Happily, much of what was good about the Genesis Coupe remains, even while those perceived weaknesses got duly needed attention.
Despite being one of the most affordable rear-drive sport coupes out there, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is quite the desirable automobile. Its attributes include good looks, fine handling, and for 2013, even more powerful engines and an all-new eight-speed automatic transmission. Further, the suspension system has been tweaked to improve handling.
The interior has been upgraded too, with nicer materials and a redesigned instrument cluster. Other comfort and convenience features have either been added or improved upon to make what was already an excellent value for the money even more so.
In other words, everything that was good is better and the things that were weak have been strengthened. Long story short, the 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe has been improved in every way — except one.