Mileage is currently 14,350 but will increase as vehicle is driven regulary.
Exterior is Symphony Silver and Interior is Gray/Gray leather.
Interior and Exterior are in excellent condition.
Vehicle has been regularly maintained through Hyundai Dealerships.
All Manuals and Original Monroney Label.
Forward Collision Avoidance Assist
Safe Exit Assist
Blind-Sport Collision-Avoidance Assist
High Beam Assist
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist
Smart Key Entry and Immobilizer w/2 Keys
Proximity Key with Push Button Start
Lane Keeping Assist
Driver Attention Warning
Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go
Electronic Parking Brake
Idle Stop & Go
Drive Mode Select
Full Color Heads-Up Display
Back-Up Camera with Surround View Monitor.
Rear Occupant Alert
Front and Rear Parking Distance Sensors
Leather Seating with Front and Rear Heated Seating
Front Seat Ventilation (Cool Seat)
8-Way Power Front Seats with Driver Lumbar Support
60/40 Spilt, Sliding 2nd Row Fold Flat Seats with Recline
Integrated Memory System for Driver Seat
Heated Steering Wheel
Heated Side View Mirrors with Turn Signal Indicators
Manual Rear Door Sunshades
Rain Sensing Wipers
Hands Free Smart Liftgate
Auto-dimming Rear View Mirrors with Homelink and Compass
Wireless Device Charging
Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control with Clean Air Ionizer
8" Navigation with Android Auto and Apple Carplay
AM/FM/HD Radio, Sirrus XM, MP3 with Infinity Premium Audio
QuantumLogic Surround Sound& Clari-Fi Music Restoration Technology
Bluetooth Handsfree System
Hyundai Blue Link System
2.0L GDI 235hp engine
8 Speed Automatic Transmission
19" Alloy Wheels w/Hankook Dynapro HD 235/55 R19 Tires (OE)
Carpeted Floor Mats
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The latest body-kitted Hyundai Genesis Coupe scheduled to appear at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas is the ARK Performance Legato Concept. In a nod to performance fiends, Hyundai built a stroker V6 good for 400 horsepower and 425 pound-feet of torque to really set the coupe off.
The extra power is a very good thing when one considers how fast the Legato Coupe looks. Speaking of the Italian musical term "legato," it translates to "tied together," and it was the theme ARK adhered to when it designed the car. In ARK's words, the the Legato conveys "the seamless integration of exotic design, tuned performance and luxury coupe interior ambience."
ARK's body kit includes front and rear bumpers, side skirts, deck lid and "wide-body cues." The 3.8-liter V6 was stroked to 4.0 liters courtesy of JE pistons, connecting rods and a billet steel crankshaft. ARK supplied an intake system and headers, and bolted on a lightweight pulley kit. An ARK oil cooler keeps the engine running at the right temperature. The tuning company also bolted on one of its dual-mass flywheels and carbon clutch kit to handle the extra power.
If you've been following the news from the Sao Paulo Motor Show, you'll likely have seen not only a series of new concept cars, but also a whole mess of production vehicles you never knew existed because they were developed specifically for the Latin American market. One of them is the Hyundai HB20.
Hyundai Brasil makes the HB20 in Sao Paulo for local consumption in three forms: there's the HB20 hatchback, HB20S sedan and HB20X crossover. It's the former which it has transformed into the R-Spec concept you see here.
Decked out in matte blue, the HB20 R-Spec concept packs an aggressively upgraded aero kit, extra cooling ducts, 17-inch alloys, LED headlights and an interior with leather trim and striped seats. Even if we don't know what's under the hood, it all looks pretty convincing, and makes us wish Hyundai would offer it Stateside as part of the Accent family with which it shares its underpinnings.
Hyundai's Genesis sedan has been quite the sales success since it first launched in 2008 as a 2009 model, but its rear-wheel drive nature has limited its sales appeal in cold-weather states versus competitors like Audi, BMW, Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz, all of whom have offered all-wheel drive in their lineups for years now. We've been hearing that Hyundai has had plans to remedy this shortfall for some years now, and we finally have official confirmation that four-corners-driven traction is coming for the second-generation Genesis.
Dubbed "HTRAC," Hyundai isn't saying much about the new system, other than noting it will offer "select driving modes for a sophisticated and tailored driving experience" and that it will also electronically control the torque split between the car's front and rear axles. HTRAC was developed all over the world, including on the Nürburgring and on Korea's Yeongam Formula One circuit, as well as winter testing in Europe. Oh, and in case you didn't already figure it out for yourself, the "H" in the name stands for "Hyundai" and "TRAC" is short for "Traction."
No word yet on when the system will become available, but Hyundai promises that the second-generation Genesis will make its world debut in its home market later this year. Although no official images or further details have been revealed yet, an undisguised look at the 2015 sedan came to light yesterday, suggesting a reveal is imminent.