If you still cling to the notion that a gas-electric powertrain has to be a boring vehicle that is no fun to drive, you need to check out the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. You will likely change your mind. Read more
It has Real Presence, Even in a World Full of Ubiquitous SUV’s.
Genesis G70 RWD 2.0T Sport (2020)
Genesis is sending a strong message to the established luxury brands from Germany and Japan with their exciting product portfolio which includes the recently introduced G70 sport sedan among others and the all new, three-row SUV called the GV80 from the summer 2020 on. It is very clear that the Genesis brand is a new page in the luxury vehicle handbook. Read more
A Luxury Sedan Option that is Gaining Fast!
Genesis G80 5.0 Ultimate (2018)
The all new G80 mid-sized sedan is without a doubt, the best effort yet Hyundai has made to seriously play with the luxury big boys from Japan, Germany and even the United States. This didn’t come over night, as Hyundai has previously had several luxury sedans with their 1st and 2nd generation Genesis as well as the Equus and the new G80 and G90 are the latest offerings from Hyundai’s high-end line which became a stand-alone brand in 2016. Think Lexus and Toyota. Read more
The Second Coming of Genesis
In 2009 Hyundai introduced their first upscale model, the Genesis. This full sized budget-luxury sedan was met with equal parts fanfare and pundits. As it turned out, Hyundai was right and this first generation luxury sedan brought credible success to this new sub-brand for the Korean manufacturer. We had the opportunity to drive several versions of the original Genesis sedan and we liked it, yet it lacked aplomb in its driving behavior. Six model years went by and Hyundai worked hard to redesign the Genesis which is now available as a 2015 model with two engine sizes, the 311 V6 or the high power buttery-smooth 420 HP V8. We drove the larger engine version for one week and came away quite impressed with the latest Genesis. Read more
Let’s Think out of the Box – Hyundai Veloster Turbo (2013)
Sometimes, out of the box designs fall flat on the floor, but with the all-new Hyundai Veloster Turbo this is clearly not the case. You have to give credit not only to the design team, but also the project managers that gave the thumbs up to such a distinctive looking car. Three doors, staggered B pillars and a distinctive rear glass area, all add to the uniqueness of the Veloster’s design. Read more