LAS VEGAS – It’s not often an auto maker develops the next-generation model of a competitor’s car, albeit one that is 20-years old. Yet, Hyundai Motor America officials say they consider the new Genesis coupe, which went on sale in the U.S. in February, a follow up of sorts to Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s defunct 240SX, which debuted in 1989 and exited the U.S. market in 1998. “We like to think of the Genesis coupe as the spiritual successor to that iconic vehicle,” Dave Zuchowski, vice ...
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