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2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track Coupe 2-door 3.8l on 2040-cars

US $18,150.00
Year:2010 Mileage:33000 Color: over black leather interior
Location:

Camby, Indiana, United States

Camby, Indiana, United States

For sale is a super clean 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track Edition finished in Tsukuba Red exterior over black leather interior. This car has only 33,000 miles, 6sp manual transmission, on the go keyless entry and push start. With the track package you get 19in sport wheels,( has brand new tires all the way around) front and rear Brembo big brakes, rear spolier, sport supension, and HID headlights. It also has power sunroof, driver seat, dual heated seats, bluetooth phone,XM radio, 6cd changer, aux port. This car is in great shape, runs awesome, no problems. Call/text or e-mail with question (765)-969-3267 or will.davis47@yahoo.com Carfax avaiable upon request.  Will

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John Krafcik eyes Sonata, talks about his new role

Thu, 17 Apr 2014 12:40:00 EST

As hundreds of people gathered to watch the unveiling of the 2015 Hyundai Sonata at the New York Auto Show on Wednesday, John Krafcik, a driving force behind the new vehicle, found himself in a peculiar position.
He stood far away from the car, away from the crowd. He watched from the Nissan stand as the covers were pulled off the Sonata.
If it was an awkward moment for Krafcik, whose tenure as Hyundai's chief executive officer ended on January 1, he didn't show it. He offered effusive praise of the Sonata. "It's a beautiful car," he said. "I think it's wonderful."

Here it is, Hyundai's headlining Super Bowl commercial

Fri, 01 Feb 2013 12:44:00 EST

Hyundai has ponied up for five commercials to play in, around and after the Super Bowl on Sunday, and it's slowly been releasing them one by one this week to attract as much attention as possible to these expensive ads. You've stuck with us through the first four, and we've got one last ad from Hyundai, its headliner, to show you.
Called Epic PlayDate, the ad's big hook is alt-rock band The Flaming Lips, who not only appear in the ad, but also wrote a new track called Sun Blows Up Today just for the spot. The track is available on iTunes as a single today, and will be a bonus track on their new album called Terror, which comes out in April.
The commercial is meant to sell something, and that something is the new three-row Santa Fe crossover. It follows a day in the life of a family with kids who do all sorts of crazy things, and we're told by Hyundai that the activities in which they partake pay homage to "signature band references" of The Flaming Lips.

Hyundai planning EV for US market

Mon, 10 Jun 2013 09:30:00 EST

California's stringent automotive emissions mandates, which require that all automakers include some form of Zero-Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) in the lineup, may be forcing the hand of Hyundai, suggests The Detroit Bureau after a recent tweet from John Krafcik, HMA Chief Executive. Up until now, the Korean automaker has been attempting to meet future regulations with fuel-cell vehicles like the modified ix35/Tuscon models (the technology uses hydrogen to generate electricity), but consumers have been slow to warm to hydrogen citing an immature and undeveloped refueling infrastructure.
While battery-powered EVs are far from perfect, they appeal to consumers who have short commutes and owners who find it convenient to recharge at home. If Hyundai were to get into the EV game in short order, one solution could be the BlueOn battery car (shown above) that is sold in the automaker's domestic market. In its current state, the BlueOn offers a 16.4-kWh lithium polymer battery, which provides a range of just over 85 miles and a lethargic 0-60 time of 13.1 seconds.
To be competitive, Hyundai would have to boost performance or seek another more expensive solution. We'll have to wait for official word, or another tweet from Krafcik, to see which way the company is heading.