Don't get your hopes up about the digitally revived Hyundai Tiburon with Elantra N cues.

Twelve years before the Genesis rear-wheel-drive sports coupe, the front-wheel-drive Tiburon made its premiere to considerable 

acclaim in 1996. Two iterations of this vehicle, which was marketed as the "Coupe" in Europe, were built on the Elantra. The car's

production ceased in 2008, although the name "Elantra" continues to be used. The Tiburon was only available with four-cylinder engines paired

to either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, unlike its predecessor, the Excel-based Scoupe. Hyundai's

affordable coupe received a second iteration in 2001, this time with a six-speed manual transmission and a little larger

engine—a 2.7-liter Delta V6. Retail sales of the Tiburon climbed dramatically in 2003, the first model year for the car in

the country, reaching 21,242 units. Sadly, retail sales kept declining after that. The Tiburon

 rendered things were video game vehicles and skins. Nonetheless, their most recent release included the designer's work and used cars from earlier games.