If you want a luxury car that won't break the bank, the G90 is a great place to start looking.
Our tester -- an all-wheel-drive G90 with its base V6 engine, starts at around $71,000.
That's way less expensive than the competition -- a comparably equipped Mercedes-Benz S-Class costs nearly $100,000.
So if you're not the badge-conscious type, this could be the car for you.
It lacks air suspension, but its static damper setup can switch between Comfort and Sport modes.
It rides like it has air suspension, which is high praise.
The G90 isn't perfect, though.
It lacks Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and a self-parking feature that many competitors have.
That said, Hyundai's infotainment system is one of the easiest to use, even without a touchscreen.
Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of the big-body bargain known as the Genesis G90 -- and click the link below for our full review.