Same here... check out this old post:
And this close-up:
And a better one:
If you examine the Prada closely and compare it to a regular genesis engine bay, about all the dyd was paint the main engine cover and replaced/added a cover on eitehr side of the engine bay towards the rear.
Seems very basic to me. One would think that one could easily make a metal cover to do the same and then paint/polish it as desired.
While JCN's engine bay looks good, my only concern is how much increased engine noise is there inside the cabin? The foam insulation and engine cover are there for a reason, i.e., to supress noise.
Well, I was tinkering around today under my hood and I took my 50th look at the two tabs on the cowl, one each near the power steering and fuse box.
I said to myself "This is F***** stupid, there are tabs for the covers to attach too but no one seems to know where to get them!"
Available at Jim Ellis Hyundai online. $126 for the whole deal.