Hyundai’s offshoot brand Genesis launched around three years ago as a luxury brand, one that makes comfy sedans. While it’s been rumored that traditional four-door luxury sedans are on their way out, Genesis decided to release one that car buyers may have a tough time passing up, the G70.This spacious sedan features an exterior design that makes it stand out from the competition. A pow
The Detroit Auto Show is fast approaching. The lineup for this year has some new additions and tweaks to recent models. Some of the manufacturers whose models will be present at the auto show are listed below. Hyundai Genesis The luxury brand is getting off to a good start this spring with the arrival of the G70. This compact sports sedan is the first product specifically designed for Genesis. Two
Hyundai has been a community favorite for many years, and now test drivers have the opportunity to take a look at one of the most successful and innovative models available for the new year. The 2017 Genesis G90 promises to continue innovating, particularly for those who love the mid-sized luxury sedan category. The first thing that drivers noticed was the price tag. At almost $70,000, this is not
Hyundai recently released a concept car; the Vision G. The Vision G as the name may or may not imply is a sneak preview of what the Genesis subbrand might have in store for the future. It was a coupe that packed the power of the Genesis sedan’s 5.0 liter Tau V8. In my humble opinion, it seems that the Korean has monumental rebranding plans in store for their flagship company. Because, while the
2015 pulled the rug pulled from under Hyundai’s feet. After the over a decade of explosive expansion, the Korean company and its sister Kia are finally feeling stagnant sales like most other auto makers. The minimalist car maker responded to their new climate of mediocre growth by previewing a potential facelift for their Genesis family; Hyundai released a concept sports Coupe; the Vision G.
Hyundai is typically seen as a minimalistic car brand. That is by no means an insult, I used to love my Elantra. Ten years old at the time but still did everything I could from a car… albeit with the help of a handy dandy cassette converter. It shifted gears, played my music had cruise control and was capable of over 30 to the gallon if I drove conservatively. Recently, to try to shed the