Rumored to make its official public debut in the second half of 2013, the 2014 Hyundai Genesis will also provide sportier driving experience thanks to its upgraded suspension set-up. The 2014 Hyundai Genesis has dropped a few pounds and worked much more on a sportier look. The Korean car maker has done lots of efforts with its mid-size sedan in order to compete with its rivals: BMW 5 Series, Mercedes Benz E Class, Audi A6, Cadillac XTS, Lexus GS and Acura RLX.
Release Date and Price
Meanwhile some rumors told that 2014 Hyundai Genesis release date will be in late this year.That means we will have to wait six more months for this amazing car to come out. There isn’t any official information about the price of 2014 Hyundai Genesis , but it is supposed to be similar to today’s version- $35,095. We promise that we will update soon after Hyundai announces 2014 Hyundai Genesis release date.
The Genesis will continue to offer the 3.8-liter V-6 Lambda and 5.0-liter V-8 Tau engines. Output likely will remain close to what’s produced by today’s Genesis—333 horsepower from the V-6 and 429 from the V-8. The European market will be offered a four-cylinder diesel that produces 220 horsepower, and a diesel hybrid using the same mill is a possibility.
On the styling front, the 2014 Hyundai Genesis looks much edgier than before, thanks to Hyundai’s Storm Edge design language. The next-gen Genesis ditches the vertical bar that divided the grille slats on the previous model. The result looks somewhat like the signature grille used by Mercedes-Benz. Other exterior changes include full-LED headlights that bear a passing resemblance to the flagship Equus, complete with LED DRL piping. These spy shots also hint at some technology that could be used in the 2014 Genesis; active safety measures like auto braking could be included, as evidenced by the rearview mirror-mounted camera and the black plate on the grille that likely covers a radar system.
Other exterior changes hinted by this 2014 Hyundai Genesis tester include a sleeker, sexier roofline that’ll likely trade a bit of rear headroom in the name of style, and new, more svelte LED taillights.
For the Platform, the new 2014 Hyundai Genesis Sedan will use an evolution of its current platform, a rear-wheel-drive architecture that can be modified to accommodate all-wheel drive. The car is scheduled to be revealed at the end of this year before reaching showrooms early next as a 2014 model, giving the outgoing Genesis a six-year life cycle.
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