About Hyundai Genesis
The Hyundai Genesis is classified as an executive four-door, five-passenger, rear or all-wheel-drive full-size luxury sedan developed by Hyundai. It debuted in 2008 and ended in 2017 after the brand separated itself as an independent entity, changing the nameplate to G80. Introduced in concept form at the 2007 New York International Auto Show, the model was expected to cost $533 million for development. The company began selling the first-generation Hyundai Genesis worldwide in 2008 as a "premium sports sedan" except in Europe. The second generation was developed in November 2013 and was separated as an independent brand in 2017.
Introduced in March 2007 as a concept, the sedan was first designed by Hyundai as a "progressive interpretation of the modern rear-wheel-drive sports sedan". The company conceived the idea for the Genesis in 2003. It took three years for the body design and the total cost of the program reached $500 million spent over 23 months. The reliability testing came out with the result of 800,000 miles. It is commented that the Hyundai Genesis was "a move that subverts the grammar of luxury".
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The first-generation Hyundai Genesis was introduced in Seoul and later at the 2008 North American International Auto Show. The whole world market except Europe had the vehicle on sale. Three engines were offered for choice: The Tau V8 produced 375 hp (280 kW) at 6,500 rpm and 333 lb-ft (451 N·m) at 3,500 rpm in 2009 and raised to 385 hp (287 kW) in 2010; the Lambda 3.8 L V6 (North American ver.) produced 290 hp (216 kW) at 6,200 rpm (up to 333 hp in GDi spec) and 264 lb-ft (358 N·m) at 4,500 rpm; the Lambda 3.3 L V6 produced 264 hp (197 kW) but was available only in parts of markets. 5 out of 5 were gathered as the safety rate of the model.
The second-generation Hyundai Genesis was released in 2013 inspired by the "Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis" concept and later distributed to North America at the 2014 North American International Auto Show and the 2014 Toronto Auto Show. Four engines were offered for choice, including the Lambda 3.0 GDi, Lambda 3.3 GDi, Lambda 3.8 GDi, and Tau 5.0 GDi, with all-wheel or rear-wheel drive. Our parts also support all those types as well as your car. The parts are from the original industry and are developed by the same team that developed the model.