The South Korean manufacturer presented more technical details for the upcoming 2021 Hyundai Genesis G90. Mid size luxury sedan appeared on the US market in 2015 and did not have a redesign in the current generation. Now this is happening for the model from next year but we remain in the same generation. The design stays true to the tradition appreciated in the US market, which is the primary market, but brings about changes that are supposed to compete with the Mercedes S Class.
Exterior and Interior
In other words design can be described as conservative. This is the first major change since the 2017 model. Highlights of the changes include a new nose with a big grille, new wheel designs and new back side. We see further new fenders, thinner headlights and additional light strips across a decorative vent port to provide more aggressive and modern look.
- Wheelbase: 124.4 inches
- Length: 204.9 inches
- Width: 75.4 inches
- Height: 58.9 inches
If you want to compete with Mercedes then you have a tough job. Designers want to offer a clean look but with plenty of premium materials and upholstery. The novelty of the current model is the new and larger 12.3-inch screen. His position is the center of the dashboard.
- Passenger volume: 113 cu ft
- Trunk volume: 16 cu ft
- Curb weight: 4650–4850 lb
2021 Hyundai Genesis G90 Engine
There are two options to choose from under the hood. The first one contains twin turbocharged 3.3 L V-6 gasoline borrowed from G70. Therefore provide output of 270 horses and 510 N/m. Paired with 8 speed automatic transmission transfer power to rear wheels. Above all optional have all wheel drive. Most powerful engine is twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 32-valve 5.0 L V-8 with 425 horses and 520 N/m. Fuel economy is 18–20 mpg (combined). In other words 23–25 mpg (highway) and 15–17 mpg (city).
- 3.3-liter V-6 (365 hp and 376 lb-ft)
- 5.0-liter V-8 (420 hp and 383 lb-ft)
- 0-60 mph: 4.9–5.2 sec
- 0-100 mph: 12.3–13.9 sec
- ¼-mile: 13.6–13.9 sec
- Top speed: 147 mph
Release Date and Price
The restyled version of this sedan remains focused on the American market. His promotion will be at US auto shows in the first half of 2020. Above all price should start from $70,500 for base model.
- Hyundai Genesis G90 3.3T…………………..$70,500
- Hyundai Genesis G90 3.3T AWD…………..$73,000
- Hyundai Genesis G90 5.0…………………….$75,000
- Hyundai Genesis G90 5.0 AWD…………….$77,500