Comments - Hyundai Genesis Hurricane SC Coupe Debuts at SEMA 2011

Published: Nov 03, 2011
Description: The development of the Hurricane SC has taken two years with the Hyundai America Technical Center partnering up with Magnuson Products, who supplied the liquid-to-air intercooled supercharger to help...
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Aj TheDark Artist Nov 04, 2011
Why not? Hyundai is really stepping up their game and they make excellent cars. What's the problem?
Ervis At Nov 03, 2011
Nice i like all that power just not in a Hyundai
Description: We brought you the nuts and bolts of the Genesis Hurricane SC back in October as a solitary photo was released upon Hyundai's announcement, and now SEMA is in full swing we have some proper image...
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Buddy Robinson Nov 03, 2011
I think it's great and in my opinion it looks a little too agressive
Darren Martin Nov 03, 2011
It just doesn't look aggressive enough IMO
Steve Waskiewicz Nov 03, 2011
Still ugly. Still "looks" like a Hyundai, if you get what I'm saying. It just has a look of cheap-ness about it. Great components and idea, though!
Tashfeen Masood Qayyum Nov 04, 2011
Koreans are cheaters anyway, they copy designs and that is known fact. Let them come up with some serious design of their own before we take them seriously, till then good luck to them with their disposable cars.
Aj TheDark Artist Nov 04, 2011
Cartech said the same thing in their review.
Michael Gallagher Nov 03, 2011
Those curves, lines, rims , all look very familiar to a Infiniti car...
Luke Walker Nov 05, 2011
And used mats at that. Whats with all the wrinkles.
Matt Sarsich Nov 03, 2011
Advanced auto parts seat O.o
Michael Gallagher Nov 03, 2011
Haha, those seats look so cheap an disgraceful. It looks like the material the mats are made of in elementary school gyms
Daniel Hendrickson Nov 03, 2011
I like it but im pretty sure that it is a 5000 dollar add on
Juan Ceja Nov 03, 2011
Black and blue looks amazing
Ervis At Nov 03, 2011
Clean the seats look a little cheap but still awesome upgrade on everything els
Cho Dan Nov 03, 2011
Filling your crankcase with oil to the full mark on your dipstick draws off more HP than this because your crank is constantly plowing through the reservoir of oil.
Cho Dan Nov 03, 2011
Justin, turbo's rob power by impeding the free flow of exhaust gasses out of the engine. Today's TVS (Twin Vortices Series) superchargers that use lobed rotors are so efficient they draw less than 1/2 of 1 HP off the engine.
Justin Tucker Nov 03, 2011
@Ed,it takes little to no power what so ever to turn the turbine of a turbo,u could blow thought the cold or hot side of a turbo and make it spin,a SC take HP to run,the turbo does not take any,but bigger ones do make more resistance but not much
Daniel Hendrickson Nov 03, 2011
I like the exposed carbon fiber
Devin Babyn Nov 03, 2011
Turbos are slightly more efficient not by much though
Justin Tucker Nov 03, 2011
I don't know why it seems strange to me.....i guess I'm just more used to seeing turbo 6 cylinders,but if they would have done twin turbo it would have been that best,very small lag,pluss the supercharger takes HP to spin it,turbos don't
Buddy Robinson Nov 03, 2011
To be technical, turbo more power higher in rev bad and super power earlier, just little less than turbo. Hence supercharged 6 something litre corvette only 640 hp, but that's another story, also not saying that's not enough power
Cho Dan Nov 03, 2011
Supercharger or turbo. They both compress the intake charge. What difference does it make which one it is?
Forrest Wood Nov 03, 2011
The S4 is a supercharged V6, I looked at one last weekend
Devin Babyn Nov 03, 2011
Why does it not make sense do you think it's only right to supercharge a V8?
Cole Rocheleau Nov 03, 2011
And an s5 is a v8 lol
Cole Rocheleau Nov 03, 2011
A new s4 uses a 3.0 TFSI 6 cyl engine. Not a supercharged 6.
Justin Tucker Nov 03, 2011
Should have done a turbo....a supercharged v6 just don't make sense to me
Anthony Noon Nov 03, 2011
It keeps it's factory look even with the supercharger. Not bad