2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T Auto Turbo Custom Build 87k Miles – Lowering Kit – Wheels – Navigation – Custom Paint & Lighting

Kazkorp is PROUD to present another custom built 2 door turbo sports coupe, but this one is a little different. We’ve gotten a ton of requests to build a Genesis Coupe – so we went out and found an original one owner, beautiful White Satin Pearl 2013 Genesis 2.0T Automatic Coupe with 87k original miles from Texas that had a spotless carfax. We then gave the vehicle a full 141 point inspection, made it a Certified Pre-Owned Hyundai with a full warranty, and put our custom touches on it. We put on a performance intercooler, vented the BOV to the atmosphere, and with the strong turbo and an 8 speed automatic transmission vehicle, this car feels extremely sporty with zero issues.

Once the vehicle was found to be mechanically perfect, we threw on some cross drilled and slotted Powerstop front and rear rotors, and added ceramic brake pads, as all it needed was brakes and tires. We also stripped down and painted the calipers anodized silver. Speaking of tires, we sent the OEM 18″ sport silver aluminum wheels out to be painted Dark Graphite, slapped on new 18″ tires, and updated the center caps.

The next step was the exterior. We swapped out all the Hyundai Genesis emblems with matte black updated wing emblems, added a custom turbo badge on the trunk, and painted the grill and fog light bezels gloss black. We also painted the rear diffuser gloss black, and the hood scoops. We installed a decklid spoiler, and painted it gloss black as well. We had the exhaust tips painted the same color as the wheels – Dark Graphite. It all looks amazing with the triple stage White Satin Pearl paint, as you can see. We also installed 20% window tint on the side windows, quarter glass, and back window. Next we installed a lowering kit, and used 25mm and 20mm spacers on the OEM wheels. An R-Spec camber kit was installed to get a perfect alignment.

For Lighting, we added Hyundai OEM DRL LED fog lights (with the proper relays, wiring, and turn signal stalk,) and custom fit the updated DRL black projector headlights. We did a D1S HID to LED conversion for the headlight bulbs, and added switchback orange and white turn signal LEDs. A matching LED fog light bulb accents the front lights as well. The tail lights were swapped for LED red turn signal units, and orange LED turn signals and LED backup lights adorn the rear. We wired in 2 sets of resistors, front and rear, to eliminate hyperflash.

For the interior, we did a Metra double din dash kit, which retained the original screen for HVAC displays. We installed a Carplay / Android Auto 7″ touch screen / bluetooth / GPS navigation radio equipped with google maps, waze, facebook, and spotify. We also added an infrared color backup camera, triggered in reverse. We used the proper wiring kit to interface with the factory speakers and amp. Little touches like an updated steering wheel emblem bring everything together.

While we built a BEAUTIFUL, mechanically flawless Hyundai Genesis Coupe that needs nothing, I do want to take the time to remind any potential buyers that this is a budget build we do, and have done on MANY custom sports cars. With that being said, this vehicle is NOT flawless. It may have some minor nicks and scratches, a scratch in the plastic, or a flaw in the paint. This vehicle is as nice as you can ever ask for a daily driver, but it is NOT a SEMA build show quality car, and the price reflects this. We have done many custom builds, and have a 100% review rating, and every customer has been nothing but happy. Our vehicles are made to be enjoyed as is with the amazing reliability Hyundai is known for, or a great platform to continue building yourself. This vehicle runs and drives like new, no corners were cut in this build, and we are proud of all our vehicles and it shows. We also offer a 50whp / 90tq stage 2 upgrade for this vehicle for an additional $1399. Be sure to check out some of the build pictures towards the bottom!

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