Genesis, the luxury brand from Hyundai, launches its flagship sedan, the G90, with oodles of cabin room and a quiet ride.
The new G90 uses double-paned glass, sound-deadening materials and acoustic chambers in the wheels to create a quite cabin space.
Electronically controlled dampers serve to smoothe the ride, or stiffen the suspension in sport mode.
The rear seat shows exceptional space, offering over 36 inches of legroom.
The winged Genesis badge marks this new luxury brand.
This large grille will be a common design cue among new Genesis vehicles.
The base G90 comes with a twin-turbocharged 3.3-liter V-6 engine, but a 5-liter V-8 is available.
The wide C-pillar lets the rear glass slant back towards the trunk.
The G90 can be rear- or all-wheel-drive, and comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
19-inch wheels come standard.
The G90 is an easy and comfortable driver.
Although no pricing has been announced, the G90 will likely undercut the top Lexus sedan, not to mention top sedans from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.