2014 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Priced from $27,245

2014 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Priced from $27,245

Though Hyundai is working on its next-generation Genesis coupe, the Korean automaker gave its 2014 model year some nice upgrades and changes.

The 2014 Hyundai Genesis Coupe has received powertrain and equipment changes, adding an engine RPM downshift rev-matching system as standard for models equipped with the eight-speed automatic transmission. Those that opt for the manual transmission benefit from carbon-coated synchronizer rings, resulting in smoother shifts. Also added is a standard hill-start assist feature.

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For the 2.0-liter turbo model, Hyundai has added a new intake sound induction pipe. As for equipment revisions, all models now come with fog lights, cruise control, auto-dimming inside mirror with HomeLink, heated mirrors and floor mats as standard. The R-Spec models sees improved seat bolsters, along with an improved navigation system, five new colors and a new cloth interior scheme.

The 2014 Hyundai Genesis Coupe will be priced from $27,245 including delivery, an increase of $2,100 over the 2013 model year.

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  • Maavrik

    I don’t believe the adjustments to the 2014 model elicit a 2k+ increase in the base price. I believe this was done to avoid too much backlash when the 2015 model is released and its pricing is announced. All I have to say is it better be a D*** good looking car with plenty of bells and whistles….cause I want it if it is close to their concept.

  • Austin

    I’m glad I got the 13 and not the 14, price bump doesn’t seem worth it to me. And the carbon coated synchros…. Mehhhh nothing to rave over. Half the stuff they added will most likely get replaced with aftermarket parts such as intake and seats, and cruis control will disappear with a tune. The 15’s should be interesting tho.

  • HaHaUgly13s

    Lol, yeah, who wants a transmission that actually shifts good? The 13’s were just as bad as the 10-12’s. You sound like someone who bought a 13 thinking “they won’t change much before 15’s come out, I’ll be fine with this ugly monstrosity”. Then BAM, nice upgrades, you’re butt hurt, and are now trying to make yourself feel better.