I think 0-60mph 5.7s is the real performance, the 0-100kph 7.2s is given by Hyundai official which is a reference figure.
Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0 TCI specs
|Curb weight||1550 kg (3417 lbs)|
|Dimensions||4.63 m (182 in) long, 1.86 m (73 in) wide, 1.39 m (55 in) high|
|Wheelbase||2.82 m (111 in)|
|Origin country||South Korea|
|Submitted by||Inline 6 rules|
|Engine type||Inline 4, turbocharged, direct injection, 16 valves, DOHC|
|Displacement||2.0 l (122 ci / 1998 cc)|
|Power||275 ps (271 bhp / 202 kw) @ 6000 rpm|
|Torque||373 Nm (275 lb-ft) @ 2000 rpm|
|Power / liter||138 ps (136 hp)|
|Power / weight||177 ps (175 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||241 Nm (177 lb-ft) / t|
|Transmission||8 speed automatic or 6 speed manual|
|Layout||front engine, rear wheel drive|
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GOOD 9y ago
monkeypop 10y ago
What about the Evo FQ cars. 2.0L turbo with 405bhp.
JiSiN 10y ago
About the "top power figure for a 2 liter turbo" i think its a Subaru.
2006 there was a Subaru Impreza WRX STi SPEC-C RA-R with 320ps(315HP/235kW)/6400rpm and (432Nm)/4400rpm) and yep it was a 2L Engine.
Dirtdickler 10y ago
Streets of Willow time is: 1:29.12 not 1:29.00
How's car that runs 5.7 seconds 60mph
take 7.2 seconds to reach 62mph?
Motor Trend rated the Genesis Coupe 2.0T R-Spec the worse of the group ( V6 Mustang, VW GTI, MX-5, FR-S, BRZ). It's pretty quick but not much fun to drive, the 6MT sucks, turbo lag, steering sucks, etc.
Allen 10y ago
1/4 mile: 14.2 / 96.4 mile
@ Motor Trend (July 2012)
Viking 11y ago
Actually I think Mitsubishi has the top power figure for a 2 liter turbo. The Lancer EVO X has 291 bhp. However as stated before, HP/liter isn't important except for marketing (or race sanction rules).
DDriver 11y ago
I wonder is it possible to put this engine into Veloster (however different layout suggests the opposite). If Hyundai will manage to do this they can make a good claim in the performance hatches market.
FastestLaps 11y ago
I think Hyundai has industry-leading power figure for 2 liter turbo.
As far as I remember, VW also have something similar to 270 hp in Golf and Scirocco R (and Audi S3). BMW have their new direct injection 2.0T with 250hp in new 328 and Z4 (and 5-series also, I suppose).
The hp figure, however, is rather insignificant when compared to more important factors like efficiency and relieability.
But horsepower sell. And Hyundai know that :D
The people who actually buy this car probably won't own it for much longer than 5 year warranty period. And the engine probably won't need a major repairs during that time.
My sixth sense tells me that the best 2.0T in market probably is BMWs.
FastestLaps 11y ago
anonim, what do you mean by that? Any longer and you're rear-ended by a lorry?
Anythinig less than 13 seconds is good.
Anonim 11y ago
6 seconds shoud be the maximum time to reach 100km/h
Dean 11y ago
7.2 s 0-100km seems too slow for its power/weight