Hyundai Genesis Plunges Luxury, Comfort And Power With The All-new G90
Luxury need not come with an underpowered engine. Not when most luxury cars are large, which would need all the power it can get. The Hyundai Genesis G90 gives luxury with a touch of power as well.
The Hyundai Genesis G90 is the flagship model for the class. As such, it is large and would compete against other models such as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class or BMW's 7 Series. The Genesis line of luxury cars is fairly new in the industry, having come out only in November 2015.
Foremost for any luxury car is its interior. It should speak of comfort as well as elegance. The Genesis G90 has two color options for its interior, which is either black or beige leather. The seats are plush and would give passengers that luxurious feel. Space and legroom for the rear seats are generous as well. The interior has wood and metallic accents to highlight it.
Technology is also present in the Genesis G90. It has a 12.3 LED touchscreen located on the dashboard. Audio provided by Lexicon is clear. For connectivity, there are front and rear USB ports. The car also has a surround view camera that amply shows front and rear camera views.
The Genesis G90 also has much power to it. It has a 3.3-liter twin turbo V6 engine that gives it 365 hp. On the road, the car is smooth even over rough surfaces, according to Digital Trends. This is because of its suspension, which gives the car its smooth ride. Adaptive dampening is also there to lessen body roll on tight corners.
The G90 has a version that has a V8 engine, and also has a few extras as well, per Car and Driver. For its V8 version, it gets LED headlights and power adjustable rear seats. The V8 model is also slightly faster than its V6 variant, though that is only a slight gain.
Overall, the Hyundai Genesis G90 is a car that would give enough power while maintaining luxury. It is a luxury sedan that gives elegance to power. Beauty and power come together as well with the Audi RS3, as reported earlier.
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