2014 Hyundai Genesis Review, Release and Price – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Hyundai Genesis Redesign. 2014 Hyundai Genesis Concept is one brand new car from Hyundai that was released in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2014 Hyundai Genesis Quotes.
Although the mostly unrelated Genesis Coupe follows a different, more muscled performance tack, the brand has more recently followed up with its Equus sedan an even more ambitious (and larger) luxury sedan. And those models have in played a more upscale chord that’s reverberated throughout the lineup and turned the brand into a sales powerhouse.
We expect the brand to again step up its game with the all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis that’s on the way. In the meantime, the current Genesis is carrying over for one more model year. To put it simply, the Genesis doesn’t part the clouds over affordable luxury in the way it did five years ago, but it does remain a handsome four-door with an amply luxurious interior, swift acceleration, and rather soft handling.
We’ve received a fresh batch of spy photos, which we’ve included in the photo gallery, of the 2014 Genesis testing on Germany’s Nürburgring circuit. The model is prancing about wearing less camouflage than ever, giving us a better look at the car’s front and rear styling. Both ends of the new Genesis appear to be directly inspired by the HCD-14 Genesis concept shown at the 2013 Detroit auto show.
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The next Genesis also is significant from a styling point of view. With its sleek lines that evoke the more compact European-market Hyundai i40, this could be first Hyundai in years that looks better than its Kia sibling, the derivative-looking K9/Quoris. The updated sheetmetal was previewed by Hyundai’s HCD-14 Genesis concept from the 2013 Detroit auto show. That show car’s complex head- and taillight design and tall trapezoidal grille are making the jump to production, and should further help set the new Genesis apart in the luxury-sedan scene.
Design, 2014 Hyundai Genesis comes with shorter overhangs and a single-frame tridimensional hexagonal front grille with a semi-gloss chrome finish that equipped with bi-functional HID headlamps, LED indicators and fog lamps. The car is available with a variety of alloys in sizes ranging from 17 to 19 inches and comes as standard with a rear-wheel drive setup.
The Genesis will continue to offer the 3.8-liter V-6 Lambda and 5.0-liter V-8 Tau engines. Output likely will remain close to what’s produced by today’s Genesis 333 horsepower from the V-6 and 429 from the V-8. The European market will be offered a four-cylinder diesel that produces 220 horsepower, and a diesel hybrid using the same mill is a possibility.
Hyundai Genesis seems more evolved than its predecessor. The car uses more premium materials while adopting a less cluttered layout. Hyundai Genesis gives spacious cabin with 26.9 liter.
2014 Hyundai Genesis engine ranges are: a V6 3.0-liter developing 257 HP (189 kW) and 224 lb-ft (303 Nm) of torque. Hyundai is also offering a V6 3.3-liter with 282 HP (207 kW) and 256 lb-ft (347 Nm), together with a V6 3.8-liter rated at 315 HP (232 kW) and 293 lb-ft (397 Nm). A beefier 5.0-liter V8 tops the range with an output of 425 HP (312 kW) and 383 lb-ft (519 Nm).
The base engine in the 2014 Genesis is a 333-horsepower, 3.8-liter V-6, coupled to an eight-speed automatic transmission. With high output and direct injection, it gets good fuel economy and offers quick acceleration (0-60 mph time in 6.0 seconds). With so much power, we’d prefer shift paddles to the lever-actuated sport mode. In the R-Spec, there’s 429 hp coming from a 5.0-liter V-8; it’s capable of 5.0-second runs from 0 to 60 mph. This model is much quicker, although its ride is very firm, and it doesn’t seem to have gains in handling prowess and dynamics to justify the loss in ride comfort.
The Genesis is a real five-seater, with great head, leg and knee room for front and back-seat passengers. Leather is standard on all models, with a premium grade specified on V-8 cars, and all five passengers get heated seats on V-8 versions, too with the driver seat adding ventilation. In back, the Genesis’ leg room is outstanding. It’s much more spacious than most sport sedans wearing German labels, with enough space for tall passengers to cross leg over knee and have room to spare. The Genesis’ trunk is suitably big, at 15.9 cubic feet; small-item storage inside the cockpit can be found in the console, the glove boxes, and the door panels. Build quality and refinement in the Hyundai Genesis light years ahead of Hyundai appointments even five to ten years ago, and truly competitive with premium Japanese brands.