2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Interior
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Critics report that the Genesis Coupe's cabin is nicely finished and features comfortable seats for four. Where it comes up short is in rear-cabin headroom and limited cargo-carrying versatility.
- "The cabin is finished with nice materials..." -- Automobile Magazine
- "All told, it's suitable environment for a sports coupe." -- Road and Track
The Genesis Coupe seats four passengers. While reviewers find its seats comfortable, some assert that the rear cabin lacks adequate headroom for adults.
- "The seats feel comfortable and supportive with good side bolstering." -- Road and Track
- "Perforated leather seats keep occupants from slipping around, while large side bolsters hold them in place in aggressive motoring. But those who designed the front seats misjudged the human body's ability to withstand one-size-fits-all headrests that poke most in the neck or melon rather than rest along the neck between shoulders and head." -- Chicago Tribune
- "There's enough legroom in back for six-footers, but the coupe's raked roofline means their noggins will be firmly planted against the hard rear glass." -- Automobile Magazine
- "There's enough capsule space for a pair of folding back seats with decent legroom, though Hyundai opted-wisely, we think-to favor a foxy roofline over adult-rated rear headroom." -- Car and Driver
The Genesis Coupe features such modern, standard convenience features as a trip computer, air conditioning, and an iPod-friendly six-speaker audio system. Premium, Grand Touring and Track models come equipped with a 360-watt Infinity AM/FM/CD audio system and subwoofer.
The 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe features 10 cubic feet of cargo space.
- "The trunk's high load floor and the one-piece folding rear seat's small pass-through limit cargo-carrying versatility." -- Automobile Magazine
- "Trunk space is adequate, but the opening is not very big. A lever in the trunk releases the rear seat back, but you have to lower it from inside the cabin to gain cargo space. No matter for that inconvenience; the tiny gap between trunk and cabin limits utility to golf clubs." -- Chicago Tribune