Hyundai's been making Genesis-branded vehicles for a time now, but today it announced the G90 — the first automobile beneath the Genesis name since it split-off as the own luxury line.
The G90 deluxe sedan is available in two various flavors: the top end is a direct-injected 5.0-liter V8 which should be capable of placing completely 420 horse power, whilst low end functions a twin-turbo 3.3-liter V6. They will come rear-wheel drive, but both need all-wheel drive options.
To fill in the true luxury look and feel, Genesis has actually put an adaptive multi-link suspension inside the G90 and a lot of amenities like energy seats and speakers within the straight back. The stout, full-size sedan has actually an extended bonnet and a drivers seat that sits virtually near the midway point of vehicle, causing the Chrysler 300M or BMW's largest automobiles.
We didn't simply read about the G90 these days, however. Genesis plans to release six various cars by 2020, and now we even comprehend what the second two of these is going to be. The G80 are going to be a somewhat smaller executive sedan, even though the G70 is a sports sedan. Those and the remaining Genesis range will all come standard with a rear-wheel drive engine. Genesis says that operating as another marque enables this distinct vehicles to utilize exclusive powertrains and technology, and they're going to also all share equivalent design language.