FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Dec. 4, 2014 – The 2015 Hyundai Genesis was named a Sedan of a Year by renouned men’s repository Esquire for a lush pattern and well-spoken drive, while delivering value to owners. The Esquire judges took a deliberate vehicles out to a proof grounds, that was an all-public highway set in rolling hills that includes 17 miles of parsimonious turns, hard-breaking zones and floor-stomping straights.
“The redesigned Genesis stood out as this year’s 2014 Esquire Sedan of a Year for providing owners a best knowledge probable with a higher pushing dynamics,” pronounced Mike O’Brien, clamp boss of corporate and product planning, Hyundai Motor America. “Esquire is one of a world’s many iconic men’s publications, that adds effect that Genesis delivers on glorious design, modernized reserve and record – all components that matter many to today’s reward automobile shoppers.”
In further to earning a Sedan of a Year respect from Esquire, a 2015 Genesis was named to a prestigious North American Car of a Year brief list, where a winners will be announced during a arriving North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The 2015 Genesis was also recently famous as ALG’s Residual Value Award leader in a Premium Full-Size Car shred for being projected to keep a top commission of a strange cost after a standard tenure duration of 3 years compared to competing models. Furthermore, a redesigned Genesis warranted a Top Safety Pick+ from a Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Luxury Car of a Year from Popular Mechanics, Best Luxury Car by a Hispanic Motor Press Awards, Best Luxury Sedan from Ruedas ESPN, Car of Texas from a Texas Auto Writers Association, and Top Family Choice from a Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association.
Representing a confidant step brazen for Hyundai, a 2015 Genesis is all-new inside and out with a horde of reward facilities and softened dynamics. Riding on a totally revamped platform, a sedan is stiffer and stronger than before. A apartment of modernized assistance facilities such as Rear Cross-traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist, Blind-Spot Detection and Smart Cruise Control are offered. Two engine options are available: a 311 horsepower 3.8 liter V6 and a 420 horsepower 5.0 liter V8, while an modernized HTRAC AWD complement is accessible for a initial time on a Hyundai newcomer car. With a bottom pricing starting during $38,000, a loyal mix of reward value, safety, confidant pattern and glorious pushing dynamics can be had with a 2015 Hyundai Genesis.