According to Autotimes.co.kr news site, the refreshed 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe will make its world debut next November 12th at the annual Korea Speed Festival (KSF), held at the Taebaek Racing Park in Kangwon, South Korea.
Spyshots have indicated that the new Genesis Coupe will sport significant exterior and interior changes. Engines are also revised, with the known 2.0 Turbo and 3.8 V6, probably updated with gasoline direct injection “GDi” system, delivering 270 and 333 horsepower respectively. The 5.0 Tau V8 GDi engine with 429 horssepower will make you wait, for the moment.
In the other hand, Kia will be also to make debut on November her first “kei car”, the TAM. The small MPV will be available with a Kappa engine 1.0-liter and 69 horsepower and four speed automatic gearbox are available too. Although the actual dimensions of the vehicle have not been release yet, the TAM appears to be about the same size as Picanto city-car, with exception of much higher roof. Perfect size for rural city area.