We have no idea how much the 2017 Genesis G90, the first flagship of Hyundai’s new luxury brand, will actually cost. But just judging from the back seats, it’s going to be definitely up there. It does not have two chairs back there. It has two thrones.
Hyundai’s first Genesis-branded luxury yacht will hit the market with a 365 horsepower twin-turbo V6 and a 5.0-liter V8 with 420 ponies. Meanwhile, the Korean brand promises five new Genesis models to follow the flagship in the next five years.
Today Hyundai revealed many of the important technical details of its upcoming plug-in hybrid family, starting with the IONIQ, Korea’s Toyota Prius-slayer.
Kia and sister company Hyundai are dumping $2 billion into autonomous driving tech through the next three years. They plan to get this into cars as ‘driver-assists’ by 2020, have a completely self-driving car by 2030, and it all starts now with the company’s license to test it in Nevada.
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The Hyundai Veloster is a weirdo, but it wears its quirkiness with confidence. What do you need to know before you buy a Hyundai Veloster? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Today Hyundai’s new Genesis brand launched its first car, the Genesis G90 replacement for the old Hyundai Equus. And it looks like they announced their plans for future Genesis-es as well.
As Hyundai enters the luxury brand game for real with the new Genesis marque, the old Hyundai Equus is gone and the Genesis G90 is here to replace it. The new car isn’t just a big luxobarge with a bargain price like the last one. Hyundai claims the G90 is “all-but autonomous.” Is it really?
There are many sensible reasons why the Hyundais with which you share the roads don’t shoot flames. That’s all well and good. But they should shoot flames anyway.
I recently had the opportunity to assess the car culture in South Korea, which is a nation that reminds us to always be thankful that we have Canada to our north, even if they did give us Celine Dion and Nickelback.
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Hyundai sells an ass-ton of Elantras. The Korean automaker’s compact car sits in the top ten best selling cars in the U.S. right now, so this all-new 2017 model is a big deal. Hyundai knows this, so they’re throwing some ridiculously efficient powertrains in it.
For years, big plastic engine covers and the owners’ manual have teamed up and conspired against us, the enthusiasts, to prevent owners from actually taking a peek under their own hoods. But now Hyundai has blasted through that evil notion with the first mainstream augmented reality virtual owners manual.
It seems Hyundai is moving pretty fast announcing details on their upcoming Genesis luxury brand. We have a name for Genesis’ top flagship sedan, G90, and even a sketch of what it will look like—as well as what car it replaces in the Hyundai family.
The reports were true: Hyundai is officially launching its own global luxury brand named Genesis. The automaker made the announcement tonight with a few details on what they have in store. Some good, some not so good.
After years dipping its toes in the luxury game, Hyundai will at last turn the Genesis marque into a standalone brand, according to a Reuters report. The automaker is said to be making an official announcement today or tomorrow.
Hey, remember way back in 2013 when Hyundai said they were going to launch a performance sub-brand one letter of the alphabet down from BMW’s? You don’t? Well they are. And at the Frankfurt Motor Show this week, they reaffirmed their commitment to performance brought to you by the letter N.
The Hyundai Tucson is the car for people who want something safe, efficient, and practical, but are tired of buying the same ol’ CR-V time and time again. What do you need to know before you buy a Hyundai Tucson? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
I saw the Hyundai G Concept in the flesh last night, and for something that’s essentially supposed to be the next Hyundai Genesis it was, well, big. I don’t mean “oh this is big,” like in the industry sense, I mean BIG. Imposing. Large. But Hyundai is considering something even huger.