Hyundai Genesis Coupe Project Panther by SCHMIDT Revolution

24 Sep 2012 8:52 pm | Cars, Hyundai

Hyundai took the world by storm some time ago with the impressive Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8, a gorgeous looking car powered by a rather beasty engine. Now, the fabled car tuner Schmidt Revolution has been commissioned to execute some tweaks and changes to a stock model, at the request of a customer of the Hyundai dealership in Frankfurt.

The result, reportedly appointed Project Panther, is an even better looking supercar. It was blessed with a stunning new look, thanks to an aftermarket set featuring redesigned bumpers with new fog lamps, blacked-out headlights, LEDs and a handcrafted front grille. The rear was garnished with a brand new IXION diffuser and a staggering rear spoiler. A new set of 20 inch Schmidt Revolution FS Line tri-modular wheels has been mounted on the chassis, shod in Falken rubbers.

The interior has received a MAGDEN digital display which reveals the OBD data and a double DIN Pioneer AVIC in-dash system. In addition, the Genesis has also been fitted with a brand new stainless steel exhaust system with 4 tailpipes and 200-cell metal catalysts crafted by INJEN. It’s clear the car will deliver a bit more than the stock 306 HP it used to.

No pricing details have yet been disclosed for the Project Panther Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 R-Spec, but we’re more eager to receive additional technical data.

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