Hyundai has revealed their all-new Vision G Coupe Concept, to a select group at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This exclusive model, which the Korean automakers say will inspire their future cars, will make its official debut at this weekend’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, which will take place on Sunday, August 16 in Monterey, Calif.
Hyundai Vision G Coupe Concept equally balances style and performance and sports an outstanding new exterior design with a long hood and increased proportions. The concept is dominated by a new front grille and Genesis badge while this is the same design language that could make its way into the next generation of Hyundai cars. Other exterior features include oversized carbon fiber wheels and carbon accents.
Power to the Hyundai Vision G Coupe Concept comes from an award winning Tau V8 engine. This 5.0 liter engine produces 420 hp peak power at 6,000 rpm and 383 lb/ft torque at 5,000 rpm. The Tau V8 engine family has been mentioned thrice on Ward’s prestigious Ten Best Engines list.
Hyundai Coupe which was known by codename HCD-16 which stands for Hyundai California Design has been designed with inputs from Hyundai design studios across the globe but led by company team in the US. Interiors boast of quality quilted leather seats, wooden accents and state of the art infotainment system. The dashboard sports a digital gauge cluster and a large and curved LCD infotainment screen which is an industry first. With minimal buttons and knobs on the dash, interiors look most contemporary.