Six trims are offered, including three for each engine type, which are designated 2.0T, 2.0T Premium, 2.0T R-Spec, 3.8 R-Spec, 3.8 Grand Touring, and 3.8 Track.
The standard audio system for every 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe includes iPod jacks, a USB input, and Bluetooth connectivity. A 300-watt Infinity audio system is available, as are heated seats. Additional model packages (Premium, Grand Touring, Track, and R-Spec) group features as their names imply. The R-Spec is particularly interesting, as it provides genuine track-readiness in an affordable package just waiting for enthusiasts to modify.
For 2011, in addition to new soft-touch surfaces throughout the cabin, the Genesis Coupe gets a new trunklid grab handle and rear coat hooks, along with a new standard navigation system and automatic climate control for the 2.0T Premium and new multi-information display graphics throughout the lineup.
Base 2.0T models come with a long list of standard features, including power windows, locks, and mirrors; iPod and USB connectivity; steering-wheel audio controls; cruise control; Bluetooth; and a trip computer. The 2.0T Premium gets a power driver's seat, push-button start, and a sunroof, in addition to the climate and nav extras, while R-Spec models are set up for the track, with a stiffer suspension, Torsen limited-slip differential, Brembo brakes, and sport seats and trim. And to save weight, R-Spec models delete cruise control automatic headlights, and some interior trim.
Moving up to the 2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Grand Touring gets you luxury-caliber extras like xenon headlamps, an Infinity premium audio system, fog lamps, heated side mirrors, heated seats, and full leather upholstery.