D At the moment the Hyundai Genesis is in Germany with a 3.8- Liter V6 with 315 hp. In the USA there is also a five-liter V8 with 420 hp on offer. In addition to rear-wheel drive, the six-cylinder can also be ordered with all-wheel drive. Shifting is done by an eight-speed automatic.
Hyundai Genesis with 3.3-liter V6 twin-turbo
The drive of the future provides for a double-charged six-cylinder. Like the GT study of the sister brand Kia at the IAA 2011, this one could compete with a 3.3 liter displacement and a good 390 hp. The intercooler below the front apron can be clearly seen on the spotted Erlkönig. The new Biturbo can also be expected in the upcoming Genesis Coupé and in the refreshed Equus.
The Hyundai Genesis is also being adapted in terms of design. The redesign could be based on the Vision G study just presented in Pebble Beach. The radiator grille, headlights and front apron should be redrawn. At the rear, the trunk lid, the lights and also the apron will be redesigned.