Hyundai makes every possible effort to become a competitor for German automakers. The beginning of this was laid in 2007, when the Genesis luxury sedan was presented as a concept car at an exhibition in New York. A year after that, the car became a reality. His production was established at the factory in Ulsan, South Korea.
Throughout the entire time of the car on the market, the South Korean automaker regularly made changes to it. So in 2012, the line of power units was expanded. Genesis could be equipped with a 3.8-liter Lambda GDI, 4.6-liter TAU MPI (390 liters.With.) and 5.0-liter Tau GDI for R-SPEC. Hyundai, which often requires consulting services, even developed its own 8-speed automatic transmission, which is worthy of praise, given the young age of the South Korean company.
Today, our photographers noticed a completely new generation of Hyundai Genesis. The prototype was seen during test tests in Germany.
According to Kim Chun-Ho, General Director of Hyundai Motor Company, the novelty will be launched at the end of 2013. It is already known that the car will receive an updated 3.8-liter and 5.0-liter engines. There is also a probability of a turbocharged V6.