The first facelift for the GK Hyundai Tiburon had smoked headlamps and taillamps, a new grille and bumpers, and more powerful stereo systems.
The second facelift for the GK Hyundai Tiburon was a little more radical with new slimmer headlamps, a sportier look, and blue interior lighting.
The RD Hyundai Tiburon facelift had redesigned front with round headlights, and a stunned look. The rear received new squarer taillamps.
The Hyundai Tiburon was the company’s FWD coupe between 1996 and 2008. But what does the name of Hyundai’s first truly sporty car mean?
The second-gen Hyundai Tiburon had a more mature style, was bigger, and the option of 2.7-liter V6 with 167hp (125kW), as well as 1.6 and 2-liter I4s.
The 1997 to 1999 model year Tiburon was the first intentionally sporty Hyundai. Based on the Elantra, the headline engine was a 140hp (104kW) 2-liter I4.