2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe from Gogogear Racing

The 2010 SEMA show would have on display the second Genesis Coupe model from Hyundai which is from Gogogear Racing. This car is a high performance racing competitor after the ARK Performance Genesis Coupe and would be participating at the US touring Car Championships to be held in 2011.

For boosting the power of the 3.8 liter V6 engine that is fitted on this car, Gogogear is also offering an AEM air intake with a Magnaflow exhaust system and ARK Performance headers. For transmission the car has a six speed manual transmission system. The power boost that comes due to these additions is 330 HP and 280 Lb ft of torque.

The car would also be fitted with Ground Control suspension tuning with ARK Performance shocks, springs, coilovers, and QA1 bearings. For brakes and braking the Gogogear Racing Genesis Coupe would have system from StopTech along with and Hawk racing pads. Lightweight wheels from Koing and BF Goodrich R1 street legal race tires with aluminum light weight Gorilla lugs and H&R spacers complete the cars additions and alterations for performance.

There would be an APR rear wing and an ARK Performance body kit for exterior makeup and a carbon fiber roof which would be in place of true original steel roof. Interiors would be done up with Sparco race seats and seat belts. There would also be a full custom Metric Motorsports roll cage, a SPA Techniques fire suppression system, and a two-way radio.

Source: topspeed

One Reply to “2011 Hyundai Genesis Coupe from Gogogear Racing”

  1. Typos and grammatical errors everywhere.

    Fitted with Ground Control suspension with shocks, springs and coilovers? Wow!

    U.S. Touring Car Championship? I see a car that does not even COME CLOSE to meeting the race specs. This is more of a mildly tuned street car.

    Get real and get somebody who knows a thing or two about cars to write these articles. What a bunch of clowns.

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