Why Buy a Hyundai Genesis?

Getting a hold of the newest Hyundai Genesis isn’t the only reason to consider this luxury sedan. There’s the 3.8-liter V6 engine, Blue Link 2.0 connectivity suite, X Convertible concept, and more.

3.8-liter V6

Depending on the model, the Hyundai/Genesis/Kia 3.8-liter Multi-Port Injection (MPI) V6 is capable of producing 264-295 lb-ft of torque. For 2011, the V6 was updated to produce 286-312 hp, and compression was increased to 11.5.

The 3.8-liter V6 is used in both sedans and coupes. In the sedan, the engine is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. In the coupe, the engine is paired with a six-speed manual.

The Hyundai 3.8-L V6 engine delivers solid reliability and fuel economy. In 2012, the engine was improved with direct injection technology. This also improved fuel economy. The engine is also equipped with a new cylinder head and side window surround.

Hyundai has also enhanced the exterior design of the car for 2012. The grille and headlights have been updated. They now have LED accents above the foglights. Also, daytime running lights have been added to all models. The side mirrors have been improved with power folding functions.

In addition, the Hyundai Genesis sedan features enhanced chassis tuning, sport-tuned steering calibrations, and a new direct injection system. The car also comes with passive safety features such as eight airbags. The sedan also offers the option of a red leather interior. The coupe models also feature leather seats.

The 2012 Hyundai Genesis also offers a new eight-speed automatic transmission for the 3.8-liter V6 engine. This improved transmission will give the car better mileage and performance.

Blue Link 2.0 connectivity suite

Introducing the Hyundai Genesis Blue Link 2.0, a suite of telematics and infotainment features designed to bring a seamless experience directly into the car. Blue Link technology allows the driver to access features such as remote start, climate control, and more from anywhere, through a smartphone, web application, or even a Google Home speaker.

The Blue Link technology is the latest addition to the Hyundai Assurance suite of safety and service features. With Hyundai Assurance, the Hyundai Blue Link Connected Care Package is included for one year, free of charge.

The Blue Link Connected Care Package provides comprehensive car care and safety features. The package includes automatic collision notification, a call for help in an accident, and location sharing for first responders.

Hyundai Genesis’s cabin features an ultra-precision fit and finish, a comfortable ambiance, and a smart layout. It also emphasizes intuitiveness and safety. The cabin design is enhanced with a best-in-class rear shoulder room, a rear USB charging point, wireless device charging, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a redesigned center stack.

The Blue Link telematics system is one of the most comprehensive available. It allows the driver to set the temperature, start the car, lock and unlock the car, and even find the nearest service center.

In addition, the Blue Link telematics system can help the driver track down a stolen vehicle, or recover a vehicle that has been stolen. The system also delivers a monthly vehicle health report, as well as a free navigation map.

X Convertible concept

Earlier this week, the Hyundai Genesis X Convertible concept made its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. It’s the last design in the X series of two-door concepts. This model uses the same platform as the other X siblings, but it also incorporates some new technologies.

The concept features a unique folding hardtop roof. It also includes a moon roof above the front occupants. The rear end features quad taillights, which are a trademark of Genesis. The concept also features a ‘wrap around’ instrument panel that features a portrait-oriented touchscreen. The concept also features a high-performance sound system, developed by sound master Guk-il Yu.

The concept also features an “anti-wedge parabolic” design, which makes the vehicle appear to be “floating.” This is a design element that was inspired by internal feedback from Genesis. It is also an example of the brand’s commitment to sustainable design. The concept incorporates recycled materials.

The concept’s interior features a woven pad graphic made from recyclable wool fabric. It contrasts with smooth leather seating surfaces.

The concept also features an “anti-wedge parabolic” roof. This design feature makes the car appear to be ‘floating’ when the lid is down.

The X Convertible concept also features a “G-Matrix” pattern on its wheels. These wheels are special wheels that feature an aero dish in the center, which helps with brake cooling.

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