Though the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe is already arguably one the best performance bargains on the road, especially in its 2.0-liter turbo guise, Hyundai has decided to add a mid-year update to the available tech package to make the car even more of a steal.
The main feature is an all-new optional 6.5-inch high-resolution touchscreen navigation unit with voice activation control. Bluetooth streaming audio capability and a new multi-gauge information display screen are also new additions.
An 8-gigabyte hard drive and 360-Watt, 10-speaker Infinity audio system are also part of the package, making it easy to enjoy digital music on the go. Standard iPod, USB and auxiliary input ports are also fitted to make getting music into the car easy.
As usual, Bluetooth phone connectivity and XM satellite radio integration are also included. Touchscreen-equipped Genesis should be arriving at dealers now.
For more on the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe, check out our video of the car in some drifting action, read the bottom line to get the distilled essence of the available options or read the full review for a complete guide to Korea's hottest sports coupe.