Genesis started as a line of sports sedans under the Hyundai brand. It later launched as a standalone brand in 2016.
We get a look at WayRay's 180-degree holographic augmented-reality windshield tech, which will be hitting the road soon in the next-generation Genesis G80.
Hyundai, Kia and Genesis are to launch a combined 13 new vehicles in 2019.
The front end might be a bit derivative, but the rear sure as heck isn't.
It looks properly cushy, befitting its nature as Genesis' flagship sedan.
Genesis' new sport sedan shares its roots with the Kia Stinger GT -- and I like this version more.
You'll have to wait until Nov. 27 to see the whole shebang.
You'll have to shell out more than $43,000 to get that sweet 3.3-liter V6, though.
It's a damned gorgeous concept, so let's hope the production version is the same.