The 2019 Hyundai Genesis G90 kicks off a new luxury brand with some high dollar flourishes. Just how serious is Hyundai at tackling the luxury market. Hyundai promised to transform its Genesis nameplate from a simple vehicle designation into a bonafide luxury division. The large sedan replacement for the slow selling and mostly forgotten Hyundai Equus.
2019 Hyundai Genesis G90 Exterior and Interior Desain
Exterior styling wise, the G90 looks similar to the current Hyundai Genesis sedan, which will be renamed G80 to minimize confusion. To the G90, Hyundai created a new design team dedicated to this and future Genesis vehicles. The car boasts a decidedly more upscale aesthetic though, with its larger CREST grill, full LED light kit, redesigned rear lamps, and extensive set of chrome jewelry. There’s less surfacing and brightwork here than on cars like the S Class, but the LED signatures of the tail lamps flow with a flair that frames the simply drawn rear end and creates most of its visual interest.
The cabin spells out lavishness with a broad, horizontally split dashboard, which is banded in wood and decorated by a big infotainment monitor in the middle of the dashboard. With a redesigned dashboard and the next generation infotainment system in a new LCD touch screen complete with additional security features and parking assist. Navigation will also be a part of the upgraded features. Other premium touches will include Napa leather upholstery, a 22 way power adjustable driver seat with heating and cooling and a 17 speaker audio system.
2019 Hyundai Genesis G90 Release Date and Price
With regards to the official presentation, this car should enter the market, begin both in the 2018 time period, even at the outset of 2019. Prices can range from $69,000 – $75,000 to have the 2019 Genesis G90 is according to the current money exchange level.
2019 Hyundai Genesis G90 Powertrain and Specs
The 2019 Genesis G90 offers two engines. Hyundai’s first Genesis branded luxury yacht will hit the market with a 365 horsepower twinturbo V6 and a 5.0 liter V8 with 420 ponies. Rear wheel drive comes standard on the luxury car, but all wheel drive is optional. Both powerplants bolt up to an eight speed automatic. The peak torque figure of the 5.0 V8 is 383 lb ft at 5,000 rpm, while Hyundai’s first twinturbo V6 gives you 376 lb ft from 1,300 to 4,500 rpm. No EPA estimated fuel economy numbers have been 2019 Hyundai Genesis G90 released.