From its introduction, the rear-drive Genesis Coupe has been modified for drifting duties by a number of people—and rightly so, as the platform accommodates that motorsport well. With that in mind, Rhys Millen Racing’s high-dollar professional drift creation is the perfect way to go sideways with precision. This Genesis Coupe wears a mostly carbon fiber body, enhanced with numerous aero aids to help keep the car straight when required and sideways when needed. Under the hood, the Coupe utilizes a bored-out Hyundai Lambda V6 with an intercooled turbocharger adding boost to the mix for a grand total of 637 horsepower. It goes without saying that RMR has also fitted a host of race-only kit, like custom suspension control arms and massively upgraded brakes. What’s more impressive is this car’s versatility, being able to be configured for a variety of events such as time attack and the Pike’s Peak hillclimb event.