0% for 84 months has happened before but they also usually have a ~$4000 cash discount the same time as the 0%/84 that it's usually cheaper overall to take the cash discount and finance through the dealer (through RBC) using the Smart Finance Rate (it's been roughly 3% the past 2 years).Has Hyundai Canada ever had 0% financing for 84 months on a Genesis Coupe? I'd assume it would only be on the 2012 model next year as you suggest.
Also, what is the likelihood (based on pervious years) that the new 2013 model will have ANY incentives?
The 2013 most likely won't have any incentives when it first comes out since it's a refresh model. I don't work for Hyundai so I don't have any real info and any info I state is just from experience.