2007 New York auto show: Hyundai Genesis Video
2007 New York auto show: Hyundai Genesis Video Transcript
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>> Yes this is a Hyundai call it a Lexus LS Killer and they actually call it the Geneses in concept form, but it would feature Hyundai's first ever V8 engine, at least as an option. That's quite a thing when you realize that even Acura doesn't have a V8 yet. The Hyundai V8 would be a 4.6 liter unit with over 300 horsepower going out through a ZF six feet automatic to the rear wheels. Tech toys that are promised include navigation, adaptive cruise, back up camera, Bluetooth, HD radio, XM radio, and a USB jack for portables. Rear wheel drive big sedans like this tend to be very much a high dollar issue, but in this case it's a Hyundai and they say it'll base with a V6 under 30 grand when it arrives in 2008. ^M00:00:49 [ Music ]
Brian Cooley checks out the new Hyundai Genesis Sedan and Coupe at the 2009 Detroit Auto Show.
This Quick Tip will show you how to pair your phone with the Hyundai Genesis.
Featuring an eye-tracking, gesture-controlled cockpit and a unique grill, Hyundai unveiled at the 2013 Detroit auto show a stylish concept sedan called the HCD-14 that gives us a look at where the company sees its Genesis model going.
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The purest form of the V6 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
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Wayne Cunningham demonstrates the Bluetooth phone system in the Hyundai Genesis Coupe.
Hyundai Genesis sets out to do 5 Series and E class on a budget.
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The Lexus LX 570 includes crawl control, multiterrain ABS, blind-corner monitor technology, and a rear-seat entertainment system. Get a first look from the 2007 New York auto show.