The fact that the 2015 Hyundai Genesis Coupe scheduled to have its debut at the Detroit Auto Show next year is not a secret, but recent reports suggest that the new sedan will be available with drive to all four wheels.The first generation introduced yet 2008th in Detroit, was a South Korean interpretation of luxury sedans against established European offer. As sales of the first generation is not “won world”, persistent people from South Korea are still not surrender.
In fact, they are so committed with intent to succeed in the market of luxury sedans that are fundamental prepare his successor, who is expected in less than a year. And while the current Genesis sedan has a large amount of equipment for a price, problems arise in the field of visual perception when compared with its competitors. Hyundai following interpretation should change all that, at least according renders created on the basis of numerous spy photos and leaked information. A team led by Peter Schreyer has transferred most part lines and shapes with the recently introduced HCD-14 concept at the new 2015 Hyundai Genesis. “Fluid sculpture” design language is characterized with smooth surfaces and shorter overhangs body through axle. The concept was announced sporty fastback-like exterior styling new Hyundai Genesis, while the interior and use the guidelines with the concept.
Under the long hood and Bentley-like grill will be located 3.8 V6 or 5.0 V8 engine paired with an automatic transmission eight-tiered (one with 10 degrees coming later) and transmit power to the rear or both axles. This is not the first susred with the next-generation Hyundai Genesis 2015 sedan, but this time they managed to paparazzi taking pictures a very interesting detail on the car. Specifically, it is a label stuck the side windows behind the driver prototype, which reveals that under the hood is 3.8-liter V6 connected to the automatic transmission and integral drive. The first generation Genesis sedan came only with rear-wheel drive and a range of 7 units, depending on the market. Among them included the: 3.3 V6 GDi / MPI, 3.8 V6 GDi / MPI, 4.6 MPi V8 with 366 hp or 390 hp and recently 5.0 GDi V8 power 435 hp.
Luminous group will be in full LED technology, combined with chrome details. It is not known which sets come with the option of an integrated facility, as well as whether they will all have the opportunity to pairing with a new automatic transmission with up to 10 stages of transmission, which is still in the development stage by Hyundai engineers.
And finally one more interesting current model Hyundai Genesis won the award for the highest initial quality in the premium segment of medium size. The award is given in the J.D. Power and Associaties Initial Quality Study. Prizes will be awarded this year twenty seventh time and serve as an indicator of industrial quality new vehicles measured on the basis of 90 days of ownership of the vehicle. According to the study, the owners of Hyundai Genesis models have reported fewer problems with their vehicles than any other brand of premium mid-sized cars.