Budget performance cars are a critical part of the mod life. They’re an affordable option for young enthusiasts just entering the market—and many times, drivers develop lifetime allegiances to the makes or models that they start with. Luckily for you, many automakers are focusing on affordable performance in 2015. So Revvolution decided to put together a list of this model year’s fastest entry-level performance cars. The criteria were simple: under $35,000, over 200 horsepower, zero to 60 times under 6 seconds and quarter-mile times under 14 seconds.
Hyundai, which has a large line-up coming to SEMA, has dropped some juicy details on the 2014 Genesis build from Blood Type Racing, Inc. (BTR), a Chicago-based builder. The car will be unveiled in Las Vegas on November 4, and we can’t wait to cover it.
Our bags are packed, and the Team Revvolution crew is heading to Las Vegas, ground zero for the largest showcase of cutting-edge aftermarket parts and the latest creations from the most prestigious tuning houses. The big automotive manufacturers also join in the fun, as they have an opportunity to demonstrate they understand the direction of the car culture as they help inspire with in-house creations. It’s closed to the public, but we’ll be bringing you the latest and greatest right here at Revvolution.
As we get ready for the doors to open to pure automotive bliss at the Las Vegas Convention Center, we want to preview some of the hottest creations that will fuel the modified lifestyle in the coming year.
Hyundai chose the world-renowned engineering design and manufacturer, Cosworth, as a development partner to create the ultimate Genesis Coupe known as the Cosworth Genesis Racing Series (CGRS). The eye-grabbing blue Cosworth CGRS concept will be showcased with the Hyundai brand at the upcoming 2012 SEMA show.
Rhys Millen keeps it in the family with a victory and new world record at the 2012 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.