2018 Hyundai Genesis – luxury and power redefined
The 2018 Hyundai Genesis is the smallest model as yet to be released under the Genesis brand. It offers plenty of room and comfort for its consumers. The immense attention to detail that is shown in its making both in the interior and exterior will surely appeal to its consumers. It does possess a sporty character with an aggressive front. It comes with an upgraded twin-turbocharged engine. However, it is also important to note that the 2018 Hyundai Genesis does not come with the traditional Hyundai badge but its own, as have previous Genesis models, with an all new engine.
2018 Hyundai Genesis Interior
The 2018 Hyundai Genesis comes with an improved interior from past models, most noticeably is a sportier steering wheel, special aluminum pedals, adaptive LED headlights, a 17 speaker Lexicon audio system and a carbon fiber dashboard trim and sporty bolstered seats that possess contrasting copper hued stitching. It has improved on previous models by upgrading the Qi wireless smartphone charging pad whilst bringing the largest to date 9.2-inch infotainment unit. Interior colors that come with it include exclusively Polar Ice and Sevilla Red in addition to Caspian Black, Himalayan Black and Casablanca White. It accommodates four passengers and the driver making it five in all, thus convenient for luxury use. To make it more enterprising it also has a near sound-proof cabin.
2018 Hyundai Genesis Engine
The 2018 Hyundai Genesis is powered by a direct injected, 3.3 liter twin-turbocharged V6 making a respectable 365 horsepower and 376 lb -ft of torque, mated to a sport tuned 8-speed automatic and either rear or all wheel drive. It gets an upgraded suspension thats been retuned and fitted with continuously adjusting shocks together with a retuned gear-box. The shift-by-wire eight-speed automatic has been tuned to be more aggressive. The stopping strategy is enhanced with more efficient brake calipers.
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2018 Hyundai Genesis Exterior
Buyers for the new 2018 Hyundai Genesis can get their car in a variety of exterior colors from black frock or white to red.The exterior features aggressively restyled front and rear bumpers as well as new side-skirts. The front bumper has sprouted a pair of vents between the upper and lower grille along with larger side grilles. The rear bumper gets a faux diffuser and dual exhaust tips on each side, the look being accented by dark copper colored styling elements, a dark chrome grill and 19-inch alloy wheels.
2018 Hyundai Genesis Price and Gas Mileage
The 2018 Hyundai Genesis’ price will probably range between that of the previous G70 and the more advanced G90, in the region of $40,000 to $55,000. Gas mileage is going to improve over the previous Genesis model, G70 coming in around 17-19MPG/city and 25-30MPG/highway.
As can be seen from the above, it has a strong engine and even better suspension, it does possess the potential of towing but these have to be restricted to reasonable weights. In this case, 2,000 pounds and below will be reasonable. The car however does not possess any cool towing technology. This is not totally surprising as the car is designed in a sport character and, as such, not expected to be used in towing.