MEMBER OF THE SERIOUSLY MODIFIED CLUBWelcome to the ultimate Hyundai Tuscani web site here you see one of the only Tuscani's in America. This Tuscani was directly imported from Korea.Tiburon is the Spanish word for shark, and that�s no coincidence. Inspired by its aquatic namesake, Tiburon is at once angular and sleek, powerful and graceful, with a wide, aggressive stance that radiates poise and confidence. In fact, Tiburon�s only rivals for sheer visual impact are a handful of European exotics whose prices live far north of here. Since vehicle aerodynamics affect performance and stability, we made virtually every exterior element work in Tiburon�s favour, right down to aerodynamic projector-type headlights, front air dam and rocker panels. The effect is beneficial and beautiful: a clean profile that slices the air like a world-class sprinter while commanding the attention of everyone within sight. Viva Tiburon! The Tuscani to many people, is one of the most greatest cars from Korea. This is one of the coolest Tuscani's you will ever seen! It's a great ride not only that it has 260 km/h now, tell me that ain't fast brotha. Standard Key Features 2.0 Liter DOHC 16-Valve In-Line 4-Cylinder Manual 5-speed Transmission: FWD Dual Exhaust Outlets P205/55HR-16 Michelin Tires Aluminum Alloy 6.5J x 16" Wheels Non-CFC Air Conditioning Power Windows w/Auto-down Driver's Window Cruise Control Intermittent Rear Window Wiper/Washer Electric Rear Window Defroster w/Timer H260 AM/FM/CD Stereo w/6-speakers Front & Side Dual Airbag System (Pass Front "SRS") Keyless Remote Entry w/Security System Power Door Locks. Mechanical 2.0 Liter DOHC 16-Valve In-Line 4-Cylinder Manual 5-speed Transmission: FWD Power Assisted Rack-and-Pinion Steering Independent Front and Rear Suspension Front MacPherson Strut Suspension Rear Multi-Link Suspension 14.5 Gallon Fuel Tank Front and Rear Stabilizer Bars Dual Exhaust Outlets Ignition System: Electronic.Exterior Temporary Spare Tire Body Color Front and Rear Bumpers Projector-type 'Dark Gray'Halogen Head Lamps Fog Lights (Body Color Bezels)Body Color Door Handles Tinted Glass Rear Combination Tail Lamps Bodycolored Dual Power Remote Heated Side Mirrors Gas Charged Shock Absorbers Parking Brake Mechanical to Rear Wheels Low Rocker Molding P205/55HR-16 Michelin Tires Aluminum Alloy 6.5J x 16" Wheels Body Color Side Vents.Interior Black Cloth Interior Front Buckets Seats w/ Adjustable Headrests Front Door Map Pockets Interior Center Vents Full Carpeting Full Instrumentation w/ Tach and Warning Lamps Panel Lamp Dimmer Overhead Courtesy Lamp with Map Lights Cargo Area Fully Carpeted with Cargo Area Lamp Split Folding 50/50 Rear Seat.Comfort and Convenience Non-CFC Air Conditioning Power Windows w/Auto-down Driver's Window Cruise Control Tilt Steering Column Variable Intermittent Front Windshield Wipers Intermittent Rear Window Wiper/Washer Electric Rear Window Defroster w/Timer Remote Fuel Door, Hatch and Hood Releases Driver's Footrest (Black Plastic) Covering Rotary HVAC System Cargo Area Lamp Warning Lamps including Low Fuel Indicator Quartz Digital Clock Driver's Side Rear Coat Hook Illuminated Cigarette Lighter & 12-volt Accessory Outlet Front Side Window Defogger H260 AM/FM/CD Stereo w/6-speakers Full Center Console with Storage Radio Antenna (Rod Fixed) Illuminating Instrument Panel, Clock and HVAC Driver and Passenger Sunvisors w/Vanity Mirror Carpeted Floor Mats.Safety and Security Front & Side Dual Airbag System (Pass Front "SRS")5-MPH Front and Rear Bumpers Side-Impact Protection ALR/ELR Seat Belt System Child Seat Anchor (Rear)Front Seat Belt Pretensioners w/Force Limiters Adjustable Shoulder Height Anchors - Front Seat Belts Energy Absorbing Collapsible Steering Column Energy Absorbing Front and Rear Crumple Zones Transmission Safety Interlock Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp 3-Spoke Soft Grip Steering Wheel with Airbag Day/Night Rearview Mirror Front Seat Belts- 3 point Non-Passive ELR/ALR Type Keyless Remote Entry w/Security System Power Door Locks.Completely redesigned for 2003, the Tiburon has progressed from a sporty economy hatchback to a legitimatesport coupe. And it's the sleekest Hyundai we've ever laid eyes on -- more than a few journalists have compared it to the Ferrari 456GT. The previous generation's 134-horsepower inline four will still power the base coupe, but Hyundai predicts that the volume leader will be the 170-hp Tiburon GT V6. Of course, this Tiburon will cost more than its predecessor, but you can still get into a GT V6 for less than 20 grand. Available features include a six-speed manual transmission, 17-inch wheels and a seven-speaker Infinity sound system. Note that the engines were originally rated for 140 hp and 181 hp, respectively; Hyundai downgraded the output for both in September 2002 (along with all of the other models in its lineup). To compensate, the company is offering owners (of 2000 models and newer) three options: 10 years of roadside assistance, 6-year/72,000-mile basic warranty coverage or 12-year/120,000-mile powertrain coverage.At first you see it in the rear-view mirror; the red flash coming up quickly. The car is definitely sporting a wide-body kit because it takes up almost every inch of the lane next toyou. The custom HID lights blind you temporarily but, after your eyes readjust, you notice the large A'PEXi GT-Spec front-mount intercooler occupying the large opening in the front bumper. From there, your eyes roll up to the hood and that's when you think to yourself, "Another damned modified Honda." The car pulls up next to you but you make every attempt not to see or look at the driver. You hear the silver car's engine idling and there's a slight, throaty, grumbling sound. "I'm going to light this guy up," you think to yourself, as you rev your engine a couple of times. The light turns green; you pop the clutch and hammer the accelerator to the floor. It looks like you've taken him off the line. Your adrenaline is rushing as you mash the gearbox into second. Suddenly, you notice a speck of red in the far right corner of your windshield. It grows larger and larger until you realize that the car is pulling on you--pulling hard. By the time you get into third gear, you can see the entire side of the car. It looks nice, but you don't want to give it any credit because it's currently kicking your ass and saving your bones for dessert. The Ferrari Silver PPG paint, quickly blending into the fast-moving landscape as the car accelerates away from you as if you were moving in reverse. Your eyes catch the curves of the rear fenders and you notice they are molded on; this happens at the same moment you notice the 18x9.5-in. BBS RS-GT rims wrapped in BF Goodrich G-Force rubbers tucked underneath the fenders. Finally, the guy you're racing is so far in front of you that you can see the entire rear end of the his very bright-silver car. The first thing you notice is the C-West rear upper spoiler, then the A'PEXi N1 exhaust outlet. You're getting beat badly and it's not funny anymore. As you let off the gas, you see it staring you right in the face--that ubiquitous "H" emblem. But something is wrong; the "H" you see isn't the standard "Red H." This one appears to be rounder, and slanted to the right, as if someone italicized the sticker. And that's when it hits you, "I just got beat by a Hyundai."