Built-in driftability comes standard in this, the fastest of the Genesis Coupes. The 3.8 Track’s rear-wheel drive and hearty V6 deliver an exciting ride whether the car is in a straight line or you are linking smoke-billowing drift turns. America and Japan have stiff competition coming for their segment in the Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track. The Hyundai even beats the American V6 pony cars and the Infiniti G37S in acceleration and quarter-mile times. The 3.8 Track’s 348 direct-injected ponies pass through a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic providing linear power delivery. Three traction-control levels give the driver a range of performance from reserved to downright playful. So look out competition, Hyundai has got something good going here.