Hyundai has officially introduced the all-new Genesis in Seoul, Korea
The second generation of the Genesis is equipped with firm’s Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design language and comes with shorter overhangs and a single-frame tridimensional hexagonal front grille with a semi-gloss chrome finish. Other highlights include bi-functional HID headlamps, LED indicators and fog lamps, as well as full LED taillights.
In the interiors, the cabin uses more premium materials while adopting a less cluttered layout. As a result of rethinking the interior, the storage space is now 26.9 liters which is higher by 3.7 liters. The spacious cabin manages to provide 1045mm front / 970mm rear headroom, 1160mm front / 890mm rear legroom and 1480mm front / 1450mm rear shoulder room.
Depending on the market, it will be sold with a choice of four engines consisting of a V6 3.0-liter engine outputting 257 HP (189 kW) and 224 lb-ft (303 Nm), a V6 3.3-liter mill rated at 282 HP (207 kW) and 256 lb-ft (347 Nm), together with a V6 3.8-liter rated at 315 HP (232 kW) and 293 lb-ft (397 Nm). A beefier 5.0-liter V8 tops the range with an output of 425 HP (312 kW) and 383 lb-ft (519 Nm). All these engines were updated to bring better performance and are going to work exclusively with an eight-speed automatic transmission.