The 2015 Hyundai Genesis was revealed at the 2014 North American International Auto Show to much delight and pomp. The car, which is now in production, exudes power, prestige and style relative to its immediate and much older predecessors. According to Jeffrey Jablansky, Auto Columnist for New York Daily News, the new generation Genesis sedan interior and exterior designs are a refreshing start. The significant leap incorporates an interior luxury comfort that includes the latest in infotainment technology coupled by superb driving controls.
The luxury Genesis sedan was first introduced into the U.S. market by Hyundai at the 2008 North American International Auto Show. After six years, Hyundai hopes that the resurgent American economy will be responsive to its "touch of class" offered by the 2015 Hyundai Genesis. The highly acclaimed sedan vehicle mimics the look of popular European cars; its bold and striking front grill looking similar to that of the larger Hyundai Equus sedan. Even the vehicles taillights have been redesigned to look similar to the curvy detailing of the smaller Hyundai Elantra. The dazzling emblematic badge-design stands out to make the 2015 Hyundai Genesis a car of distinction.
The 2015 Hyundai Genesis comes with a choice of two-engines, producing 311 hp and 420hp respectively. The two engines use a standard eight-speed transmission that moves power to the rear wheels. The 5.0 liter V8 embodies a quad exhaust intentions making for a cool design. The newer Genesis has an elective all-wheel-drive submission that keeps it in tow with the Japanese and German production models. The all-wheel drive elective helps the driver select a more economical driving mode under preferred driving and road conditions, giving the driver a guarantee of both power and economy.
The interior qualities of the 2015 Hyundai Genesis are a step-up that confirms the cars luxurious aspirations. Some of the new improvements from the older model include a larger wheel base that gives the rear seat additional carriage space. The vehicle also incorporates a neat array of materials and connectivity; its 9.2 inch touch screen is mounted on the dash-board. Its functionalities are controlled using the latest new-generation Blue-Link telematics and Infotainment technology that features Google Maps navigation, Apple Siri voice activation and Google Glass integration.
Hyundai has produced an unexpected winner at the 2014 North America Auto Show. Observers of the new vehicle believe that the vehicle's luxury and power will push the 2015 Hyundai Genesis to new heights, and accord it a mainstream brand allocation once the vehicle is released to the market.
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