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Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0 TCI specs

Car type Coupe
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)
Power / weight 177 ps (175 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 241 Nm (177 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2012
Origin country South Korea
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Performance

0 - 100 kph 7.2 s
0 - 60 mph 5.7 s
1/4 mile 14.2 s @ 96.3 mph

Powertrain

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)
Transmission 8 speed automatic or 6 speed manual
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
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GOOD  7y ago

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.


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monkeypop  8y ago

What about the Evo FQ cars. 2.0L turbo with 405bhp.


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JiSiN  8y 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.


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Dirtdickler  8y ago

Streets of Willow time is: 1:29.12 not 1:29.00

0-100kph: 7.2??

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.


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Allen  8y ago

0-60: 5.7sec
1/4 mile: 14.2 / 96.4 mile
@ Motor Trend (July 2012)


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Viking  8y 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).


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DDriver  8y 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.


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FastestLaps  8y 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.


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FastestLaps  8y 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.


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Anonim  8y ago

6 seconds shoud be the maximum time to reach 100km/h


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Dean  8y ago

7.2 s 0-100km seems too slow for its power/weight