Friday, July 24, 2015


The all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis Sedan—as of late short-recorded for the 2015 North American Car of the Year honor—likewise will be in the spotlight at the up and coming SEMA demonstrate, this time as a 550-hp "super vehicle" made by ARK Performance. Called the AR550, the auto is the 6th ARK/Hyundai SEMA cooperation and will be presented at Hyundai's November 4 public interview denoting the begin of the current year's Specialty Equipment Market Association occasion in Las Vegas. 

Hyundai says the upgraded 2015 Genesis Sedan is ideal to drive, and that it offers new security, infotainment, solace, and comfort components, including cutting edge Blue Link innovation. Models with a V-6 motor are accessible with another all-wheel-drive system expected to make the Genesis more appealing to Snowbelt dwellers

The redesigned Genesis is available in 3.8, 3.8 HTRAC, and 5.0 model series, each well stocked with equipment.

Highlights of available new features for 2015 include aluminum or matte wood interior trim, manual rear window sunshades, a heads-up display, and a panoramic sunroof. The Genesis also offers new High Beam Assist and Automatic Vehicle Hold systems, front and rear parking assist sensors, and a hands-free Smart Trunk that opens with a proximity sensing key fob.

The 2015 Genesis Sedan’s engines are carried over from the previous model, but are revised to offer a flatter torque curve at slight expense to horsepower ratings.

In the Genesis 3.8 and 3.8 HTRAC, a 3.8-liter V-6 engine makes 311 horsepower, delivered to the rear wheels or all four wheels through an 8-speed automatic transmission. The Genesis 5.0 model gets a 420-horsepower, 5.0-liter V-8 engine, an 8-speed automatic transmission, and rear-wheel drive.

All Genesis models have Intelligent Drive Mode technology with Normal, Eco, Sport, and Snow settings. Hyundai also says it has improved the steering, suspension, and braking systems for 2015.

Hyundai Genesis 3.8 is EPA-evaluated to get 22 mpg in consolidated driving. Include the discretionary all-wheel-drive framework, and that rating drops to 19 mpg. As anyone might expect, the capable Genesis 5.0 exchanges effectiveness for torque, rating 18 mpg in joined driving. 

It may not be especially fuel proficient, but rather the 2015 Genesis Sedan beyond any doubt is sheltered. As indicated by the NHTSA, it gets 5-star accident test appraisals in every evaluation, in addition to a 5-star rating for its capacity to oppose moving over in a sidelong slide. Include a "Top Safety Pick" rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety , and it basically shows improvement over a Genesis Sedan in terms of safety.

The new Hyundai Genesis offers a long list of safety technologies designed to prevent an accident from occurring in the first place. Highlights include Blind Spot Detection, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert,Lane Change Assist, Forward Collision Warning, Smart Cruise Control with full-stop capability and Automatic Emergency Braking, and an Emergency Steering Support Mode. There’s even a cabin CO2 sensor to help prevent driver drowsiness.

The car’s Blue Link smartphone pairing and services technology includes Automatic Collision Notification and SOS Emergency Assistance, as well as the ability for the parent of a teenaged driver to program certain vehicle features in order to promote safety and security. Additionally, Blue Link offers new features including Siri Eyes Free capability, an Intelligent Assistant App, a Google Glass App.

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