Hyundai Genesis Hurricane SC Coupe Debuts at SEMA 2011

SEMA 2011

Here’s an update of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe now featuring at SEMA 2011.

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 the 3.8-liter V6 develop over 450hp putting it on par with the RM500 Hyundai Genesis Coupe by Rhys Millen Racing. The same firm supplied the custom body kit, while Torvec, Inc. hooked up the limited slip differential and Harman International put in the Harman Lexicon sound system.

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 images to share.

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