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Enjoying all kinds of success in 2009, the Hyundai Genesis sedan is being updated for the 2010 model year with available convenience options like Smart Cruise Control, touch-screen navigation and an electronic parking brake with a very convenient automatic vehicle hold. The bargain priced luxury sedan will go on sale starting from $33,800 for the base model 3.8L V6 powered version and

The 3.8 Liter DOHC Lambda V6 engine delivers a maximum output of 290 HP and 264 lb-ft of torque thanks to its Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) system on both the intake and exhaust cam shafts as well as a new Variable Intake System (VIS) that helps the cylinders breathe more efficiently throughout its entire RPM range. The 4.6 Liter Tau V8 engine delivers a maximum of 375 HP and is mated to a ZF built 6 speed automatic transmission complete with SHIFTRONIC manual shift control.

For the 2010 model year, the Genesis comes equipped with intelligent cruise control and an electronic parking brake on Technology Package equipped models, while the Ultra-premium leather seating surfaces come standard on the 3.8 Liter Genesis models with Premium, Premium Navigation, and Technology Packages.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

The North American Car of the Year-winning Genesis returns this year with the available convenience of Smart Cruise Control, touch-screen navigation and an electronic parking brake with automatic vehicle hold. In addition, a 90-day subscription to XM radio and XM NavTraffic is also now part of the Technology Package. Due to consumer demand, touch-screen navigation has been added to the base Genesis 4.6 and is now standard on Genesis 3.8-liter models equipped with the Premium Navigation Package. The new 6.5-inch touch-screen navigation system complements the highly acclaimed 8-inch screen Ultimate navigation system that is still a key part of the Technology Package. Ultra-premium leather seating surfaces are also now standard on Genesis 3.8 models equipped with Premium, Premium Navigation and Technology Packages.


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  • Smart Cruise Control available on Technology Package
  • Electronic parking brake with automatic vehicle hold available on Technology Package
  • Touch-screen navigation standard on Genesis 3.8 models with Premium Navigation Package and Genesis 4.6 base
  • Ultra-premium leather seating surfaces standard on Genesis 3.8 models equipped with Premium, Premium Navigation and Technology Packages
3.8liter V6 engine; 290 hp at 6,200 rpm and 264 lb-ft at 4,500 rpm

Smart Cruise Control automatically manages the Genesis’ speed through the braking and throttle systems to maintain a following distance set by the driver. The electronic parking brake with automatic vehicle hold allows the parking brake to initiate automatically when the vehicle stops and deactivate as soon as the gas pedal is pressed. The automatic vehicle hold feature eliminates the need to keep the brake pedal depressed in situations such as stop-and-go traffic. Automatic vehicle hold also prevents the Genesis from rolling backwards when parked or stopped at a traffic light on a hill. The automatic parking brake also eliminates the need for a hand or foot lever. 

The entry-priced Genesis models have been upgraded with an optional, next-generation in-dash navigation unit. This system, which also features a Bluetooth hands-free phone system, can be easily controlled by a 6.5-inch touchscreen. The system also works through voice activation via a headliner-mounted microphone. 

The system comes matched with the Lexicon 14-speaker surround sound audio which plays compact discs and accesses digital music files through Bluetooth streaming audio. It also allows driver and passengers to access their personal listening devices through the iPod/USB and auxiliary input jacks. Bluetooth audio wirelessly streams music from their phone to the Navigation system. Also, with a Bluetooth enabled phone, one can look up a local restaurant and call for reservations before plotting the route. The XM Satellite Radio interface is also integrated into the navigation unit and features channel logos and real-time NavTraffic. The system is also updateable via the USB port. The touch-screen navigation-equipped Genesis will begin arriving in dealerships in the fall of 2009.


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Genesis is built on Hyundai’s performance-driven rear-wheel-drive architecture. It offers two powertrains, the Lambda 3.8-liter V6 engine and Hyundai’s Tau 4.6-liter V8 engine. The Tau produces 375 horsepower using premium fuel and 368 horsepower using regular unleaded, leading all competitors in specific output with 79.5 to 81.0 horsepower per liter, respectively. With technology rivaling more expensive luxury sedans, Genesis showcases features such as XM NavTraffic, Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFLS), Lexicon® audio systems and electronic active head restraints.

“Our engineering benchmarks were Mercedes E-Class, BMW 5-Series, Infiniti M and Lexus GS,” according to John Krafcik, president and CEO, Hyundai Motor America. “Genesis provides a potent combination of performance, luxury and value. It has been an extremely disruptive force in the large sedan and near-luxury segments.”


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The Genesis’ rear-wheel-drive architecture was the first application of such in a U.S. Hyundai model. The vehicle boasts a near ideal 52/48 front-to-rear weight distribution for exceptional handling and more refined steering characteristics. The rear-wheel-drive layout also allows engineers to position the car’s front wheels farther forward, delivering outstanding handling and steering performance. Standard Electronic Stability Control (ESC), the industry’s most important new safety technology, further enhances the vehicle’s driving confidence.

Genesis reduces interior noise levels and improves ride and handling with a stiffer, lighter body structure. The use of high tensile steel in critical areas in the unibody provides Genesis with 12-14 percent higher dynamic torsional rigidity and a lower body structure weight than the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, respectively – despite having a substantially larger cabin than either of those benchmarks. Hyundai Genesis has more interior volume than Lexus LS 460 and BMW 750i.


4.6liter V8 engine; 385 hp at 6,500 rpm and 378 lb-ft at 6,500 rpm

Headlining the Genesis’ performance capabilities is Hyundai’s Tau 4.6-liter V8 engine mated to a ZF 6-speed automatic transmission with SHIFTRONIC® manual control. The Tau V8 delivers 375 horsepower to fit the demands of performance-oriented consumers. This powertrain combination launches Genesis to 60 miles per hour in 5.7 seconds. The Tau produces more horsepower and torque than the powerplants found in Lexus GS460, BMW 750i, Audi A8 and Infiniti M45 and has more horsepower per liter than any of its V8 competitors. The Tau engine is built with flexibility for the future. Future Tau variants may offer larger displacement, forced induction options and other technology enhancements.


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Genesis also delivers spirited performance through a 3.8-liter DOHC V6 engine that delivers 290 horsepower and 264 lbs.-ft. of torque. To maximize the power spread, the engine uses Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) on intake and exhaust cam shafts and a new Variable Intake System (VIS) that helps cylinders breathe efficiently at low and high RPM. The better-breathing results in outstanding off-the-line acceleration and passing performance and remarkable fuel efficiency. The V6 engine uses an alloy block and cylinder heads for lighter weight and thermal efficiency, and features timing chains with no scheduled maintenance.

Even with their impressive output, both Genesis engines are also environmentally friendly, achieving Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) certification levels.


The Genesis V6 engine is mated to an Aisin 6-speed SHIFTRONIC automatic transmission that features an overdrive lock-up torque converter for improved highway fuel economy. The transmission offers smooth shifts and a wide spread of ratios that ideally suit the engine’s characteristics, including a tall-overdrive sixth gear for quiet, efficient highway cruising. Drivers can access the SHIFTRONIC® feature by moving the gear selector into a separate gate. Pushing the selector forward or pulling it rearward will shift the transmission up or down sequentially, adding to driver control. A clear LCD readout on the instrument panel shows the gear that’s in use.

The Tau V8 Genesis is mated with an enhanced, ZF 6-speed transmission to handle the added horsepower and torque.


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Genesis features a suspension design that is among the most sophisticated and refined anywhere, at any price. The front five-link suspension features upper and lower arms linking the front wheels to the chassis. This artfully articulated arrangement creates a virtual king pin axis that dramatically reduces unwanted kickback through the steering wheel as well as improving responsiveness. The five-link independent rear suspension is equally sophisticated, enabling precise suspension geometry for a premium ride and engaging handling prowess. The capabilities of the advanced front and rear-suspension are maximized through Amplitude Selective Dampers (ASD) allowing tuning flexibility at smaller damper displacements. The ASD suspension provides:

  • Improved ride comfort with more body / wheel control
  • Increased driving comfort without compromised handling
  • Optimized road surface contact
  • Technology used in Lexus, BMW and Mercedes-Benz models


Genesis’ design is a progressive interpretation of the modern rear-wheel drive sports sedan. To match its dynamic capabilities, Genesis combines strong, sculpted forms which integrate precise details, natural materials and innovative lighting to provide a well-crafted, premium design aesthetic.


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From its design and spaciousness to its technology and appointments, Genesis delivers a wealth of features and performance befitting flagship European and Asian brands, but delivers them at a much more accessible price point. Starting with its Lexicon state-of-the-art audio system featuring 7.1 discrete surround sound technology, Genesis offers an extraordinary combination of technology, premium appointments and value. Standard is a soft-touch instrument panel with woodgrain accents, Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface, and iPod®/USB and auxiliary input jacks. In addition to the aforementioned in-dash unit, a top-of-the-line navigation system with an eight-inch display is available as part of the Technology Package. The navigation unit is accessed by a user-friendly multi-media controller that also controls the radio. Backing out of tight spaces and avoiding mishaps is much easier with the available backup camera that uses the eight-inch display to show the driver a clear view immediately behind the car.

A leather-wrapped dash, door panels and console lid surround the driver in a luxurious environment, while the heated and cooled driver seat provides optimal driving comfort. An automatic windshield defogger with humidity sensor and rain-sensing wipers allow crystal clear sight lines. Genesis also offers the conveniences of power rear sunshade, proximity key and push-button start. Ultra-premium leather seating surfaces are now standard on Genesis 3.8 equipped with Premium, Premium Navigation and Technology Packages.


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Rolls Royce Phantom and Hyundai Genesis are the only automobiles to offer a Lexicon-branded state-of-the-art audio system featuring LOGIC 7® technology. The Lexicon® surround sound audio system includes a 12-channel digital amplifier and 17 speakers producing 528 watts of sound in 7.1 discrete audio. Genesis is also the first popular brand to offer the clarity of digital HD Radio technology from the factory. Navigation-equipped Genesis models also include a 40-gigabyte hard drive and XM NavTraffic. Like every 2010 Hyundai, Genesis comes standard with XM Satellite Radio, and iPod/USB and auxiliary input jacks allow drivers to fully control and charge iPods directly from the head unit. 


The 2010 Genesis offers Xenon high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights. The advantages of HID headlamps include greater lighting power, daylight-type lighting and reduced power consumption. In addition, the cut lines of the new HID headlights are extremely precise, providing maximum nighttime visibility without distracting other drivers. The lamps also feature an auto-leveling function which keeps the headlights level regardless of how the vehicle is loaded with passengers or cargo. Genesis also offers an Automatic Front Lighting System that allows the headlamps to automatically swivel for better visibility when cornering.


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Maintaining Hyundai’s emphasis on delivering leading safety technology, Genesis boasts world-class active and passive safety features to help both prevent accidents and maximize the well being of its occupants in the event of a collision. The Genesis continues the Hyundai tradition of standardizing key life-saving safety technology such as Electronic Stability Control (ESC), eight airbags and electronic active head restraints. 

Genesis’ total of eight airbags include advanced dual front airbags, front and rear seat-mounted side-impact airbags and roof-mounted side curtain airbags for both front and rear outboard seat occupants.

An electronic active head restraint system is standard on the Hyundai Genesis. Hyundai is still the only popular brand to offer electronic active front head restraints, an improvement over mechanically based active head restraint systems. Electronic active head restraints still can only be found on select Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Lexus models. Active front head restraints have been proven by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety to help prevent whiplash. In addition, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded five-star crash test ratings, the highest government rankings under the agency’s New Car Assessment Program, to the Hyundai Genesis for both frontal and side-impact crash tests.

Genesis has a total of eight ultrasonic sensors located on the front and rear bumpers. The sensors, along with the rear backup camera, help detect how close objects are when parking. Distance is indicated on the in-dash screen and accompanied by an audible warning tone.

Genesis is brought to a halt by large, four-wheel, anti-lock disc brakes with Brake Assist and Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD). The 12.6-inch front rotors have single-piston floating calipers and the rear brakes feature 12.4-inch rotors with single pistons on V6 models. Twin pistons and larger rotors are featured on V8 models.

Model line-up

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Key Standard Equipment:

  • 3.8L DOHC V6 with 290HP
  • 6-Speed automatic with Shiftronic
  • 4-Wheel disc brakes with ABS
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with Traction Control System (TCS) and Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Advanced front airbags, front and rear seat-mounted side airbags, and roof-mounted side curtain airbag
  • Electronic active front head restraints
  • Fog lights
  • Automatic headlights
  • 17-inch alloy wheels with P225/55R17 tires
  • Acoustic laminated windshield and front side glass
  • Dual power heated body-colored side mirrors with turn signal indicators
  • Leather seating surfaces with heated front seat
  • Power front seats
  • Cruise control
  • Electroluminescent cluster
  • Proximity entry with electric push-button start
  • Leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel with audio controls
  • Dual front fully automatic HVACInterior EC mirror with Homelink + compass
  • AM/FM/CD/MP3/XM with iPod/USB & Aux input jacks
  • Bluetooth with phonebook transfer

Premium Package

  • Power sunroof with tilt and slide
  • Ultra-premium leather seating surfaces
  • Tailored leather-wrapped dash & door trim inserts 
  • Integrated memory system
  • Power tilt & telescopic steering column
  • Power rear sunshade
  • Lexicon 14-speaker surround sound audio, 6-disc CD-changer, HD Radio technology
  • Rain-sensing wipers with auto defogger windshield

Premium Navigation Package

  • Requires Premium Package Plus: 
  • Touch-screen navigation system with NavTraffic
  • Rear backup warning camera
  • 18” Hyper Silver alloy wheels with 235/50R18 tires
  • Deletes HD Radio Technology

Technology Package

  • Requires Premium Package Plus
  • 18” Hyper Silver split-spoke alloy wheels with 235/50R18 tires 
  • Lexicon 17-speaker 7.1 discrete audio system
  • 6-disc DVD changer navigation system
  • Driver Information System (DIS) with multimedia controller
  • Bluetooth hands-free with display
  • XM Satellite Radio & NavTraffic with 90-day trial
  • Smart cruise control
  • Electronic parking brake with automatic vehicle hold
  • Xenon HID, adaptive (auto-cornering) headlights
  • Rear backup warning camera
  • Front and rear parking assistance sensors
  • Cooled driver seat


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Genesis 3.8 Equipment Plus:

  • 4.6L DOHC V8 with 375HP (premium fuel) / 368HP (regular)
  • ZF 6-speed automatic transmission
  • 18-inch Hyper Silver split-spoke alloy wheels with P235/50R18 tires
  • Touch-screen navigation system with NavTraffic
  • Chrome lower bodyside moldings
  • Ultra-premium leather seating surfaces
  • Tailored leather-wrapped dash & door trim inserts
  • Power glass sunroof with tilt and slide
  • Power tilt and telescopic steering column
  • Integrated memory system
  • Lexicon 14-speaker surround sound audio
  • Rear backup warning camera
  • Illuminated scuff plates
  • Wood-trimmed leather steering wheel
  • Electrochromic auto-dimming outside mirrors
  • Power rear sunshade
  • Rain-sensing wipers with auto defogger windshield

Technology Package

  • Lexicon 17-speaker 7.1 discrete audio system
  • 6-disc in-dash DVD Changer navigation system
  • Multimedia controller
  • Driver Information System (DIS)
  • Bluetooth hands-free with display
  • XM Satellite Radio & NavTraffic with 90-day trial
  • Smart cruise control
  • Electronic parking brake with automatic vehicle hold
  • Xenon HID, adaptive (auto-cornering) headlights
  • Rear backup warning camera
  • Front and rear parking assistance sensors
  • Cooled driver seat


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  • 3.8L V6
  • Type Dual DOHC 24-valve V6 with CVVT (Continuously Variable Valve Timing)
  • Materials Aluminum block / aluminum cylinder heads
  • Displacement 3.8 liters / 3,778 cc
  • Horsepower 290 @ 6,200 rpm
  • Torque 264 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
  • Bore & Stroke 96.0 mm x 87.0 mm
  • Valves per cylinder 4
  • Compression ratio 10.4
  • 4.6L V8
  • Type DOHC 32-valve V8 with CVVT (Continuously Variable Valve Timing)
  • Materials Aluminum block / aluminum cylinder heads
  • Displacement 4.6 liters / 4,627 cc
  • Horsepower 
  • 385 @ 6,500 rpm (Premium fuel)
  • 378 @ 6,500 rpm (Regular fuel)
  • Torque 
  • 333 lb-ft @ 3,500 rpm (Premium fuel)
  • 324 lb-ft @ 3,500 rpm (Regular fuel)
  • Bore & Stroke 92.0 mm x 87.0 mm
  • Valves per cylinder 4
  • Compression ratio 10.4


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Gear ratios Aisin B600 (3.8L V6) ZF 6HP26 (4.6L V8)
Drive Configuration RWD RWD
First 3.520:1 4.171:1
Second 2.042:1 2.340:1
Third 1.400:1 1.521:1
Fourth 1.000:1 1.143:1
Fifth 0.716:1 0.867:1
Sixth 0.586:1 0.691:1
Reverse 3.224:1 3.403:1
Final drive 3.909:1 3.133:1


  • Front Independent 5-link design with SACHS ASD gas shock absorbers, coil springs and 25-mm stabilizer bar
  • Rear Independent 5-link design with SACHS ASD gas shock absorbers, coil springs and 17-mm stabilizer bar (18-mm stabilizer bar for 4.6L V8)
  • Type Engine-rpm-sensing, power-assisted rack and pinion Electro-hydraulic power steering (4.6L V8)
  • Overall Ratio 15.7:1
  • Turns, lock to lock 2.93 (3.8L V6); 2.98 (4.6L V8)
  • Turning circle (curb to curb) 36.0 ft.


  • Front 
  • Power-assisted 12.6-in diameter ventilated disc, single piston (3.8L V6)
  • Power-assisted 13.0-in diameter ventilated disc, four piston (4.6L V8)
  • Rear Power-assisted 12.4-in diameter solid disc
  • ABS Four-wheel, four-channel, and four-sensor with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD)
  • Tires  
  • P225/55R17 (3.8L V6)
  • P235/50R18 (4.6L V8 and optional 3.8L V6)
  • Wheels 
  • 17 x 6.5J 14-spoke Aluminum Alloy (3.8L V6)
  • 18 x 7.5J 9-spoke Aluminum Alloy (Optional 3.8L V6)
  • 18 x 7.5J 14-spoke Hyper Silver Aluminum Alloy (4.6L V8)


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  • Coefficient of drag 0.27
  • Wheelbase 115.6 in.
  • Overall length 195.9 in.
  • Overall width 74.4 in.
  • Overall height, 17-in. wheels/ 18-in. wheels; 58.1 in. / 58.3 in.
  • Tread width (front / rear), 17-in. wheels; 63.8 in. / 64.4 in.
  • Tread width (front / rear), 18-in. wheels; 63.1 in. / 63.8 in.


  • Head room 
  • Front 40.4 in.
  • Rear 37.7 in.
  • Leg room 
  • Front 44.3 in.
  • Rear 38.6 in.
  • Shoulder room 
  • Front 58.3 in.
  • Rear 57.9 in.
  • Hip room 
  • Front 54.9 in.
  • Rear 54.3 in.
  • EPA passenger volume 109 cubic ft.
  • EPA cargo volume 16 cubic ft.
  • EPA total volume 125 cubic ft.


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Prices and options

Trim level Price
Genesis 3.8 $33,000
Genesis 4.6 $39,500


Premium Package $2,500
Premium Navigation Package $2,000
Technology Package $5,500
Technology Package for 4.6 $3,500


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Wheels locks $50
Cargo tray $100
Ipod cable $35
18-inch wheels $1,000


Competitors and press reviews

"On Namyang’s tight handling course, the Genesis’s suspension handles transitions reasonably well. Push it hard, though, and the front tires scrub into the pavement. It’s not the kind of treatment you expect a large luxury sedan to take, but you do expect to try it on a sport sedan. The car is biased considerably toward understeer, and there’s no steering with the throttle, electronic stability control on or off. As with most any Lexus or Mercedes, you can’t turn ESP off completely. The speed-sensitive rack-and-pinion steering is a bit numb and on the light side, offering less feedback than an Infiniti M35 provided for comparison, and requiring small corrections on the banks of Namyang’s high-speed oval." (MotorTrend)

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"We tried increasing speeds through the slalom, and the car handles admirably, with almost no wallow. Irretrievable pendulum action didn’t occur until we got to toward the end of the six cones at speeds a little higher than those we were advised to drive at, having accelerated through. Let off the throttle in the middle of a screeching tire turn, and the car settles right down. The car isn’t begging to be driven like that — you won’t race through a slalom and be itching to turn around and do it again — but the car’s capabilities are more than enough when emergencies dictate sawing at the wheel. Take the car up to 70 mph and hit the brakes, and you’ll find yourself back at zero in just over 160 feet. Among its luxury competitors, that beats everything but the BMW 535i by almost ten feet or more." (Autoblog)

"The Genesis tended to float above the changing grades. And despite an admirable performance on the ride-and-handling course, the now-stiffened Genesis still felt like it was floating through a bucket of marshmallow fluff. This Hyundai is clearly geared more toward luxury than sport. The ride is soft, with fairly limited steering feedback and thick levels of engine-sound-dampening. The V8 version of this sedan is much like a Korean muscle sedan—limited handling ability but plenty of scoot. We found ourselves happier with the V6, at least in the twisty turns of the ride-and-handling course. But on the straights of the high-speed oval, we were loving that V8’s ample horsepower and its ability to touch 155 mph. We left more than one V6-powered Genesis (limited to 130 mph) in the dust. But even at those very high-speeds, the time and money spent tuning out NVH was apparent—there was very little noise intrusion inside the cocoon-like cockpit of this quiet sedan." (PopularMechanics)


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Lexus GS

The 2010 GS350 is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 303 hp at 6,200 rpm and 274 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 3,600 rpm. The GS 460 gets a V8 that produces 342 hp at 6,400 rpm and 339 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 4,100 rpm. The GS 460 can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds and the GS 350 in 5.7 (5.8 for AWD). Prices start at $45,600.

Infiniti G sedan

The 2010 G37 sedan is powered by a 3.7 Liter VVEL V6 engine that delivers 328 HP and 269 lb-ft of torque and is mated to either a seven speed automatic transmission with auto blip Downshift Rev Matching, Drive Sport Mode and Adaptive Shift Control for enhanced driving pleasure. Pries start at $33,250 and go up to $37,000 for the sport version.

BMW 5-Series

For the US market BMW is offering five different 5-Series trim levels, with prices ranging from $45,950 for the 528i to $60,600 for the 550i. The 528i is powered by a 3.0-liter, inline 6-cylinder engine that delivers 230 hp, while the 550i gets a 4.8-liter, V-8 engine with 360 hp.


When Hyundai launched the new Genesis sedan they said it will have the 7-Series size, 5-Series performance and the 3-Series price. And that couldn’t be more than true, as the new Genesis has a little bit from every model it competes with: "a bit of S-Class in the headlights, Lexus GS in the hood and 5-series in the taillights."

The Genesis is the company’s first RWD sedan, and even if the company wanted it a sports car they obtained a luxury one. But, that’s even better, no? Of course is no BMW or Lexus, but its considerably cheaper than any of it!

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  (477) posted on 03.10.2010

Though the car is just an ordinary looking model the car features and exterior are highly equipped with modern technologies aside from that I like the Audio system and the lower part of the car.

  (858) posted on 03.10.2010

The truth is it actually looks like a Lexus for me. I wonder why in the world does most sedan have to look alike, if it wasn’t for the emblem, I definitely be lost in some of the cars specially if they are in the same lot at the same time. I’d probably not be able to find my car if it were mixed as so.

  (797) posted on 03.8.2010

Maybe just coincidence, but that looks a lot like the Lotus-designed ZAP-X concept to me.

  (797) posted on 03.8.2010

I have seen quite a handful of these on the roads around me. I like them, a lot. I’m planning a trip down to my local dealer just to give one a little joy ride.

  (1022) posted on 09.22.2009

Not the best looker around but is it a heck of a luxury car.

  (8) posted on 09.22.2009

The front of this car looks similar to Mercedes S Class smiley

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