Hoping to add some excitement to the pre-facelift Genesis Coupe, the Project Panther has been revealed online.
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe has won over many fans as more affordable alternative to the Infiniti G37 and the like, but has won itself something of a following on the tuner scene. This time, the South Korean automaker's German division has teamed up with aftermarket specialist Schmidt Revolution to create a new tuning package called the Project Panther. Based on the Genesis Coupe 3.8 R-Spec, it features redesigned front and rear bumpers, a hand-made grille, LED daytime running lights and plenty of black for a stealth-like look.
A new integrated diffuser and rear spoiler give the rear an added edge as well. The aggressive coupe rides on a set of 20-inch three-piece Schmidt Revolution FS Line wheels wrapped in high-performance Falken tires. The only engine enhancement to speak of for the 306-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 is the new stainless-steel exhaust system with quad pipes. It does, however, ride on a fresh KW Variant 1 suspension, with an interior featuring a Pioneer DIN AVIC touchscreen system and a Magden digital display.