2015 Hyundai Genesis is a luxury sedan designed by Hyundai to compete with the Mercedes E class and the BMW 5 series. Known for making economy cars, Hyundai entered the premium high end segment with Genesis in 2009 and was greatly appreciated with Genesis selling in good numbers. The company has given the preview of the next generation 2015 model of Genesis sedan.
Hyundai introduces Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 with the launch of Genesis 2015 model. It is a new design ideology and is a welcome change. Genesis takes design cues from Mercedes and Lexus and looks premium while retaining its bold character. The lines merge nicely with the body which give a feeling of speed and the hexagonal grill gives it a bold look.
Concept 2015 Genesis
Inside the 2015 Hyundai Genesis, it continues to excel with very high quality materials used everywhere. Real Leather, wood and aluminium were used to make the interiors more plush. The interior looks modern with all the electronic equipment, and the colour combinations give it a premium feel. There is ample space available in the car so the passengers don’t feel cramped.
The Hyundai Genesis has always been portrayed as a powerful and fast luxury sedan. This vehicle comes with two engine options. The 3.8 Litre Lambda V6 engine and the 5 Litre Tau V8 engine. The 3.8 Litre engine produces 333 Horsepower and 291 foot pound of torque and gives 27 miles per gallon on the highway, given the fact that the car has gained 130 pounds over the previous model, the average figures are really impressive.
The 5.0 Litre engine produces 429 Horsepower and 376 foot pound of torque and gives 23 miles per gallon on highway. The difference in mileage kept aside, the 5.0 Litre engine provides the extra horses for the spirited driving. Both the engines transmit power via a eight speed automatic transmission that gives good mid range torque.
The ride quality of a luxury sedan is its most important factor. The 2015 Hyundai Genesis features a ALL WHEEL DRIVE system that sends 60% of the power to the rear wheels and 40% to the front wheels which can be adjusted when required.
There is a intelligent drive select mode, In normal mode the ride is good with all the electronic stability programmes taking care of everything. In sports mode, the shows it real potential and unleashes the 5 Litre power of the engine. Deactivating the Electronic stability Control made the car more aggressive and with more power going in rear tyres, the car was excellent around corners. The car will be eco-friendly and keep the CO2 levels to minimum.
2015 Hyundai Genesis Release Date And Price
The 2015 Hyundai Genesis is a great improvement over the current model and offers both luxury and performance. The car will be available in the second quarter of 2014 at a base price of 38200 USD.