PRESS RELEASE Hyundai Motor Previews All-new 2015 Genesis

PRESS RELEASE : Hyundai Motor Previews Soon-To-Be Launched All-New 2015 Genesis Premium Sedan

Information on the all-new 2015 Genesis unveiled to pique market’s interest
Initial launch to be in Korea, the all-new Genesis to be introduced in major markets in the second half of 2014.

Its main strengths are: Premium and distinctive design, best-in-class chassis system, premium European brands level of driving and R&H performance, cutting-edge safety and convenience features.

With emotional touches included in every detail, conveying Hyundai’s brand identity Modern Premium, the all-new Genesis has secured best-in-class basic product competitiveness through numerous tests carried out in various locations worldwide, including the famed Nürburgring in Germany.


Since its introduction in 2009, Hyundai’s unique design philosophy Fluidic Sculpture has evolved to the next level and the all-new Genesis is the first model to adopt Fluidic Sculpture 2.0.

While maintaining its original essence, Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 is defined by core elements: Simple and harmonious design with refined fluidic design elements, modern Hyundai look with a singular hexagonal grille, easy-to-understand and pleasant design and rich visuotactile color, material and finishing of the car.

Designed based on this new philosophy, the all-new Genesis boasts a premium sports sedan look with refined, in-motion design aesthetics. A single-frame premium hexagonal grille makes a bold front statement, while fluidic and voluminous surfacing complete the side lines. Meanwhile, the high-tech, sculptural surface emphasizes the rear design.

Its interior design aligns with the premium exterior, adopting consistent design details that fully reflect careful consideration of ergonomics and intuitive operation. Tailored design specifications for all materials and master craftsmanship-level finish strengthen its premium image.

The all-new Genesis also focuses on Human Machine Interface (HMI), which lets drivers intuitively recognize vehicle functions, allowing for more convenient and effective use of those functions.

Switches are categorized depending on their function, facilitating easier control. Symbols are standardized for intuitive recognition, and the feel of the grip and control have been improved as well.

Starting with the all-new Genesis, future models will be designed based on Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 and its HMI principles.


The all-new Genesis significantly improved its safety in crash tests due to improved body structure and rigidity.

Its torsional and bending stiffness have been increased by applying more ultra-high-strength steel, hot-stamping and double-section structure on the front, partitioned engine room design as well as improved rear and center floor structures.

Passenger safety has been improved by the application of advanced seatbelt functions such as Emergency Fastening Device system (EFD), which tightly fastens passengers in crashes, and Pre-Safe seatbelt, which warns of danger in advance by tightening the seatbelt.


With improved suspension and application of various advanced technologies, the all-new Genesis offers top-class driving and ride & handling performances. Greatly improved lateral stiffness of the front and rear suspensions and excellent weight balance contribute to the making of a stable chassis. Meanwhile, application of electronic control suspension such as Advanced Traction Cornering Control (ATCC) enables greater stability in corners.

Furthermore, Rack-mounted Motor Driven Electric Power Steering (R-MDPS) was first applied to the model with a variable gear ratio, which provides high-speed stability and direct response at low and medium speeds.

Hyundai’s HTRAC all-wheel drive system will also be available for the first time on the all-new Genesis. The advanced HTRAC system electronically controls torque split between the front and rear axles depending on road and driving conditions, offering greater stability on slippery roads and in corners. It also allows drivers to select driving modes for a sophisticated and tailored driving experience.

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lim carlson says:

Rear screens have a navigation system?

Chris'sVids79 says:

Check out the true dual exhaust system on this V6 model at 1:30 into the video.  I am extremely impressed with this entire car!  I even like the Bentley style badging.  I will definitely be taking a test drive of both the V6 and V8 models as soon as they’re available at the dealership.  Hey this may be the first foreign car I buy that wasn’t German built if it drives as nice as it looks.  I would most likely go for a fully loaded 429 HP 5L V8 model though.  We’ll see.

Estrading Co says:

Watch out Japs and Yank tanks!!

Ever Forever says:

never love hyundai before after this car come out oh love it now blow my mind

daoneken says:

This new cabin spelling is terrible I hate it…. it looks well dated from the early 90’s

حسين الفقيه says:

ايش مترجم قوقل هذا … تكلم بنفسك ما فهمنا شي

daoneken says:

* styling

Hamid S says:

Very Nice, Is all wheel drive standard? what is the pricing ? 

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