Just a heads up on Mobile 1, it was responsible for alot of unwanted overhead noise and valvetrain chatter in 2.0t Gencow motors, not the same motor obviously but food for thought. Especially from the couple of folks in gencows pulling oil samples and getting lab anaylsis showed that it is one of the worst oils for high heat related breakdown (what a turbo does to oil) over time.
Also, in case anyone is wondering or reading this, Royal Purple should be avoided in hyundai motors in general. There were a few documented cases of engine failure from it in the gencow community over the years.. It is NOT a bad oil, ill say that upfront before anyone gets their feels ruffled, the problem was actually that the oil reacted badly to the metallurgical makeup of the metals used in hyundai motors, causing alot of ring failure, and scoring of cylinder walls.
The go to oil for pretty much all turbo motors, hyundais and otherwise in the aftermarket scene and of course the gencow community has been predominantly Shell Rotella T6 5w40(or0w40) and amsoils top synthetic oil coming up at a close second.
As for oil filters, hyundai actually makes filters. like alot of them, for applications ranging from hydraulic systems in factory lines to the oil filters for ginormous ocean going supertanker motors. Filter making is a thing they've been involved in for a long time and their oem filters are actually in most cases better than all other brand/aftermarket offerings. At least in the genesis world, both the sedan and coupe cutting apart the oem filters and k&n filters that one fellow did showed a massive difference in quality where the oem hyundai one had alot better filter material and setup for filtration inside.
And as a final food for thought, the gencow 2.0t has a tsb to only use oem oil filters as some aftermarket ones had clogged early, resulting in catastrophic oil pressure loss and engine failure on some vehicles. It was pretty commonly known that to have a engine failure warranty claim approved they had best have seen an oem oil filter on the car or it more than likely wasnt happening due to this issue. (obviously this is not yet the case with the VN and is unknown if its even still an issue)