The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is one of the vehicles that will get high attention at last year’s SEMA show. This year Rhys Millen Racing will show a Genesis Coupe, known as the RMR RM460. The vehicle is an interesting tuning proposal based on the South Korean model, which is expected to be fitted with Hyundai’s award-winning 4.6 Tau V8.
The tuning company has removed the two-door model’s front-mounted engine and the rear seat bench of the RM460 Genesis Coupe, thus making room for a heavily modified version of the Genesis sedan’s 4.6-liter Tau V8 engine. Due to these changes the vehicle reached the total output of 500HP. The Genesis Coupe now has modified chassis, as well as a custom rear glass hatch conversion.
Other features of Hyundai Genesis Coupe include RMR’s Signature Edition kit consisting of a carbon fiber spoiler and a carbon fiber rear hatch, while the interior updates will include Sparco Chrono sports seats, Sparco Alcantara and carbon fiber interior panels along with Infinity Kappa Perfect Speakers and power amplifier.
The Genesis Coupe comes with a Mendeola five-speed sequential transmission with the output of 182 mph or 293 km/h.