If you’ve ever been in a hurry to get that big, shiny new car off the assembly line, you’re probably not alone.
Hyundai says the Genesis 4x sports car has some extra horsepower in its engine bay because of a new hydraulic system that the company claims has reduced vibration and reduced wear on the vehicle.
If you don’t want to pay a premium for that extra horsepower, Hyundai says you can also remove the hydraulic system by removing the lower radiator shroud.
The lower radiator will then come free and replace it with a new one.
This isn’t an easy task, however, because Hyundai says there’s a number of different parts inside the car that can be damaged or destroyed.
It also notes that you’ll need to remove the clutch, differential, and differential cover, which are not included in the kit.
Hyundai also suggests you take the lower rear suspension with it, but the company says it can be removed and replaced with a lift kit.
All of this means that Hyundai’s new hydraulic fluid system has increased the total cost of the Genesis four-door hatchback.
The new system uses a different fluid for each cylinder and the lower pressure system is designed to reduce vibrations.
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Hyundai has not confirmed whether it is replacing the lower intake manifold, but Hyundai says it has found that there’s no damage to the upper intake manifold that could cause the system to fail.
If Hyundai’s review of the new system is correct, the engine bay is likely to be the first place where the issue will be detected.
Hyundai expects that the problems to be solved as soon as the company is able to have the car inspected.