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2013 Hyundai Genesis Legato by ARK Performance at SEMA 2013

The 400 hp concept serves as a preview for production model

Annette Carrion
Nov 5, 2013

Not to be outdone by the other builds, was the wide-body Legato, a concept that was born from the collaboration between Hyundai and ARK Performance. The Coupe's 3.8L engine was turned into a 4.0L, so the car makes 400 hp and 425 lb-ft of torque.

Meticulous attention was paid to the exterior and interior, starting with the body kit, which was completely clayed to fit the car. The Legato concept is a preview for a production model, so the goal was to make the build attainable to the consumer. The interior looks very OEM, but it was completely redesigned. Digital components were added, including the gauge. The vehicle also features an F1 steering wheel.

After SEMA this car will most likely attend various shows, and the track to further demonstrate its ability. This build was more subdued compared to the rest of the Genesis builds - it didn't have a loud paint job or insane horsepower like its 1,000 hp counterpart, most likely due to the production factor. However, the Legato held its own with its sleek exterior and technologically advanced interior.

By Annette Carrion
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