Is Hyundai bringing back the Tiburon?

Is Hyundai bringing back the Tiburon?

Hyundai discontinued the Tiburon after 2009, replacing it with the rear-drive Genesis Coupe, a serious sports car with styling that finally fulfilled the promise of the long-ago HCD-1.

Is Tiburon front wheel drive?

The Tiburon began its journey in 1996 as a front-wheel drive coupe with the Elantra's structure and 1.8L 130 HP engine. Earlier models even had a Porsche-designed rear suspension. Front-wheel drive aside, this all seemed decently promising. … Hyundai axed the Tiburon in 2008, after two generations.

When did they stop making Hyundai Tiburon?

Hyundai has announced that the 2008 model year will be the last for the sporty Hyundai Tiburon two-door hatchback. John Krafcik, product development vice president for Hyundai Motor America, says the Tiburon will be produced until the new rear-wheel-drive Genesis coupe goes on sale next spring.

How much is a Hyundai Tiburon?

The Hyundai Tiburon is a coupe. Inventory prices for the 2008 Tiburon range from $1,473 to $8,777. It gets EPA-estimated 20-24 MPG combined.

What replaced the Hyundai Tiburon?

2011 Hyundai Veloster To Replace Hyundai Tiburon. Hyundai is one of those car companies that seem to surprise us with every new model introduction. The most recent and notable that comes to mine is the Hyundai Genesis and Genesis Coupe.